ARMY & NAVY: Shows


Last week the Panama Canal was blown up in the imaginations of U. S. Army and Navy men. With the U. S. battle fleet at far-away Hawaii, an enemy fleet was thought to be snoring up the Atlantic Coast to attack Hampton Roads. The U. S. Joint Army and Navy Board, having perfected plans for just such an emergency, proceeded with a rapid, potent mobilization of coast defense units at the mouth of Chesapeake Bay.

From Fort Eustis, Va., to Fort Story, near Norfolk, Va., an armament train carried the 52nd...

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