National Geographic : 1928 Dec
Photographs by Harrison C. Ryker ONE OF MAN'S MASTERPIECES, THE MAJESTIC COLOGNE CATHEDRAL The soaring towers and mighty bulk of this church dominate the his toric Rhineland city. It was under construction for more than six cen turies. This rear view of the twin towers is from the Hohenzollern Bridge. EVERY DOUGHBOY OF THE ARMY OF OCCUPATION WILL RECOGNIZE THIS COLOSSAL FIGURE From far and wide Yankee soldiers looked up atthis huge monument to Emperor William the First, which stands near thejunction of the Rhine and the Moselle. "The Denkmal," they called it,and three ofthem are seen perched near the giant horse's uplifted foot (see, also, illustration, p.680).