Study of Engineering is Important for the Navy
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Commentary and report on the speech of Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels' June 12, 1919 address, "The Importance of Engineering to the Navy", on the occasion of the reopening of the Post-Graduate School at Annapolis.
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