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A Comparative Study of the Church Attendance Habits of a Selected Group of Naval Personnel Before and After Their Entry Into the Naval Service.

By Leonard, Guy M.

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Title: A Comparative Study of the Church Attendance Habits of a Selected Group of Naval Personnel Before and After Their Entry Into the Naval Service.  
Author: Leonard, Guy M.
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Language: English
Subject: Mechanical engineering, Mechanical engineering
Collections: Government Library Collection, Federal Depository Library Collection
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1957
Publisher: Harvard University, 1957.

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Description: Thesis (M.S. in M.E.)--Naval Postgraduate School, 1957

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Digitized by Naval Postgraduate School, Dudley Knox Library

 

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