National Geographic : 1925 Nov
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE BRITISH AND AMERICAN SAILORS WORKING SIDE BY SIDE DOING STRETCIIER WORK AT SMYRNA The topee-shaped hat of tlhe Britisher distinguishes him from his round white cap. American fellow worker with Photographs by C. I). Morris AMERICAN SAILORS TAKING REFUGEES TO A RELIEF BOAT ON A HAND CAR This car is running on rails down Railroad Pier (see, also, illustration, page 558). It took ten hours for the refugees to pass the pier barricades, at each of which they were examined, the men of military age being manacled and deported into the interior to make roads.