Proceedings Magazine - December 1962
Cover of the December 1962 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute. GGA Image ID # 1d80657157
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The 74-gun, 2,720-ton Swedish ship of the line Gustaf IV Adolf at anchor in a storm-swept fjord. Painting by Admiral Jacob Hägg (1890). Reproduced by courtesy of Statens Sjohistoriska Museum, Stockholm, Sweden.
Contents for December 1962
- The Critical Tomorrows
By Hanson W. Baldwin
- Lessons of Mine Warfare
By Capt. James J. Hoblitzell, USNR
- Cuba's Place in US Naval Strategy
By Arthur M. Wilcox
- Northwest Passage
By Scot MacDonald
- A Study In Divided Loyalties
By Orelha D. Swartz
- A Look at Lieutenants in Command at Sea
By Lt. Charles J. Murrell, USN
- The Cold War and Cultural Exchange
By Adm. W. H. Standley, USN (Ret.) and Rear Adm. A. A. Ageton, USN (Ret.)
- Initial Success or Failure (Pictorial)
- Comment and Discussion
- Notable Naval Books of 1962
By Robert M. Langdon
- Professional Notes
- "How Happen I Were at Pearl Harbor"
By Tai Sing Loo
- Secretary's Notes
- Index for the 1962 Proceedings
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