National Geographic : 1925 Nov
568 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by Tex WV. Kluttz ARRIVAL OF REFUGEES AT SALONIKI AFTER TIE SMYRNA FIRE Four and a half months after the Smyrna holocaust there were 11o,ooo refugees in Saloniki, thus nearly doubling its population. There was a crisscross movement of refugees here, one group coming from western Thrace, the other from Anatolia (see page 587, and text, page 590). Photograph by C. D. Morris SAMSUN REFUGEES AT PATRAS, GREECE, STARTING FOR TIIE INTERIOR Many of these Asia Minor refugees from the Black Sea port have found work among the currant vineyards and olive groves of the Peloponnesus, of which Patras, fourth city of Greece, is the chief seaport.