National Geographic July 1918
Under the Heel of the Turk: A Land with a Glorious Past, a Present of Abused Opportunities, and a Future of Golden Possibilities
The once prosperous Empire of Turkey, land of ancient glories, has suffered for four centuries under the incapacity, inefficiency, and attrocities of its present rulers.
New York- -The Metropolis of Mankind
The war has made New York City the world’s international trade center and greatest metropolis. A city of superlatives teems with residents from all walks of life and every corner of the globe.
A Day with Our Boys in the Geographic Wards
Visiting the Army hospital at Neuilly, just outside Paris, the author describes the work supported by the members of the National Geographic Society, and the brave cheerful spirit in which American youths endure their wounds.
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