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The Battleship and Gun of the Future

What Constitutes Naval Strength?

The Motor Torpedo Boat—A New Type

Remarkable Target Practice by the Flagship of the Pacific Fleet

The True Significance of the Pacific Cruise

By A. T. Mahan

The First-Class Battleship “Alabama”—Class of Three Ships

The Battleships “Kearsarge” and “Kentucky”

First-Class Battleship “Maine”—Class of Three Ships

First-Class Battleship “Georgia”—Class of Five Ships

First-Class Battleship “Connecticut”—Class of Six Ships

Unarmored Cruiser “Chattanooga” and Class

Protected Cruiser “Charleston”—Class of Three Ships

Cruisers

The Scout Cruiser “Salem” and Class

Torpedo-Boat Destroyers

Harbor-Defense Monitors

Warship Tonnage of the Principal Naval Powers

The United States Naval Academy

By Edward L. Beach

Simple Explanation of Model Basin Methods

By D. W. Taylor

The Development of Our Submarine Fleet

Guns and Armor

First-Class Battleships “South Carolina” and “Michigan”

First-Class Battleships “Idaho” and “Mississippi”

The 20-000-Ton “North Dakota” and “Delaware”

Departments

  • Recommended

    New Books, Etc. - December 7, 1907

  • Departments

    Recently Patented Inventions - December 7, 1907

  • Notes and Queries - December 7, 1907

  • Index of Inventions - December 7, 1907

  • Patents - December 7, 1907

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