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Josephus Daniels ( – Janu ) was an American newspaper editor and publisher from the s until his death; he controlled the Raleigh News and Observer, at the time North Carolina's largest newspaper, for decades.A Democrat, he was appointed by United States President Woodrow Wilson to serve as Secretary of the Navy during World War ion: Duke University (BA), University of.
Surgeon General of the Navy William C. Braisted and Surgeon General of the Army William C. Gorgas, to Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels COPY JAM-EAT1 February 7, 2nd endorsement.
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As directed in OpB Janu ,2 a conference. Diary of Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels. MAY FRIDAY 4 Representative of Flint & Co. called about buying destroyers from Argentina. 1 I told them they must guarantee they are in good condition.
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SECRETARY OF THE NAVY, As part of the United States Navy Memorial’s “Authors on Deck” book lecture series, author Lee A. Craig will present his latest work, Josephus Daniels: His Life & Times (University of North Carolina Press, ). Craig, an expert on economic history, delves into Daniels’s extensive archive to inform this nuanced and eminently readable biography, following Daniels’s rise to power in.
Josephus Daniels was United States secretary of the Navy from – He democratized, expanded, and modernized the United States Navy, preparing it for service in the First World War. During the war Daniels championed the North Sea mining barrage and convoy system to defeat the German U-boat campaign in the Atlantic.
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Josephus Daniels. Josephus Daniels was born 18 May in Washington, N.C. As editor and publisher of the Raleigh, N.C., News and Observer, he became a major editorial voice in the South. He was appointed Secretary of the Navy by President Wilson in A number of his naval reforms included abolishing the officer's wine mess, the.
During World War I, the navy faced a shortage of sailors, as many men who might otherwise have served aboard ship remained occupied with clerical work on shore.
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The Society for the History of Navy Medicine (sponsor of this blog) was founded in It came into being as result of conversations between co-founder and Executive Director Tom Snyder, a retired surgeon and retired Navy Reservist, who was then making regular visits to the historical library at the Office of the Historian of the U S Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BuMed) for a research.
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Abner Thorpe, M.D. hand-written application for the position of assistant surgeon to the U.S. Navy medical department board of examiners during the Civil War. The exam includes a personal biography and his answers to questions submitted by the board during This is just one of ninety three handwritten exams for Assistant Surgeon in the Union Navy in this presentation.
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Eighth Army Corps. Headquarters Middle Department. Special order detaching Captain G.W.P. Smith from his command, June 9, For extraordinary heroism as an officer of the U.S.S. Cristabel in conflict with an enemy submarine on 21 May As a result of the explosion of a depth bomb dropped near the submarine, the Christabel was so badly shaken that a number of depth charges which had been set for firing were thrown about the deck and there was imminent danger that they would explode.
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Paul Hamilton, Secretary of the Navy, requesting' relief duty and ;nment to the Navy Yard, Philadelphia.
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