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*Mr. Corey, a war correspondent throughout the World War and now president of the Overseas Writers in Washington, is well qualified to discuss American naval policy by reason of his long and intimate study of the subject. He covered the Washington Arms Conference and has since been in a position to acquire information that enables him to write on naval affairs in an authoritative manner.
This article follows Hector C. Bywater’s in CURRENT HISTORY for October which gave a British view of the issues of next year’s naval conference and Captain Gumpei Sekine’s in the November number, which presented the Japanese official attitude.
Herbert Corey*; America’s Need of Sea Power. Current History 1 October 1934; 41 (3): 264–272. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.1918.104.22.1684
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