National Geographic September 1916


Roumania and Its Rubicon
A fierce national spirit should sustain the Roumanian people through the present war, predicts associate editor John Oliver La Gorce. The troubled nation may – – with an Allied victory – – find salvation from the strangulation she fears.
The Hoary Monasteries of Mt. Athos
On a peninsula jutting into the Aegean Sea, a spiritual stronghold of monastic communities known as Mount Athos claims roots back to Constantine the Great. By ancient law, no woman may tred here.
People and Places { Scenes in Many Lands}
The unique characters of peoples from such disparate climes as the Netherlands and North Africa are richly revealed in 16 pages of color autochromes.
On rising ground at the head of a long gulf, strategically located Saloniki is more modern than Athens and Constantinople. For 500 years, this amalgam of cultures was under Turkish rule until it was adjudicated to Greece in 1913.

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