Proceedings Magazine - September 1968
Cover, U. S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Volume 94/9/787, September 1978. "Windy Corner" at the Battle of Jutland, by Charles Dixon. GGA Image ID # 1d8184bd47
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The painting of the famous "Windy Corner" of the Hattie of Jutland, by Charles Dixon, R.I., depicts, in the foreground, Bellerophon maneuvering into the battle line ahead as light cruisers race up on the disengaged side of the Grand Fleet. The picture is reproduced courtesy of the Elder Brethren of Trinity House.
Contents for September 1978
- Secretary's Notes
- Alliances: The Ties That Bind
by Alvin J. Cottrell and Stanley L. Harrison
- " . . . a most successful naval visit"
by Cdr. R. E. Bublitz, USN
- The Geneva Conventions in the Shadow War
by Cdr. Gardiner M. Haight, USN
- Progress and Problems in the War Colleges
by Capt. R. R. Campbell, SC, USN
by Cdr. Charles R. Stephan
- The Proximity Fuze: Whose Brainchild?
by James IV. Brennan
- Forgotten Firebrand
by Lt. Cdr. Gilbert Workman, USNR (R)
- Pictorial—A New Challenge for the USS New Jersey (BB-62)
Photography by Robert de Gast
- Comment and Discussion
- Book Reviews
- Professional Reading
- Professional Notes
- The Old Navy
- Book List
Front Cover, U. S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Volume 94/9/787, September 1978. GGA Image ID # 1d81f2b1bd
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