June 1961 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
SALUTE AT 'STATIA Front Cover
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SOVIET PSYCHOLOGICAL STRATEGY 23
By Robert Strausz-Hupe
THE DEVELOPMENT OF MILITARY LAW—YOUR JOB
AND MINE 29
By Col. H. M. Hoyler, USMC
For the advancement of professional, literary, and scientific knowledge in the Navy
Vol. 87, No. 6, Whole No. 700
DID WE LOSE THE KOREAN WAR? 33
By Robert W. Daly
THE NEW AGE OF THE SEA 38
By Philip B. Yeager
EAST GERMANY—PROFILE OF A RELUCTANT SATELLITE 50
By Andrew Gyorgy
I BOMBED THE U.S.A 64
By Nobuo Fujita and Joseph D. Harrington, J OC, USN
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By Col. Phillips Melville, USAF (Ret.)
MONITORS—SHIPS THAT CHANGED WAR (Pictorial) 76
By Paul H. Paist
COMMENT AND DISCUSSION 92
BOOK REVIEWS 104
- PROFESSIONAL NOTES 119
A PAGE FROM THE OLD NAVY 156
SECRETARY'S NOTES 160