National Geographic : 1922 May
456 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE A VILLAGE IN THE HARD-HIT MOSLEM AREA Bodies of men from the ruined homes to the right were left in the main street. The wall to the left was erected after the disaster but partially destroyed by a succeeding shock. TWO PEOPLE SURVIVED IN THE VILLAGE WHICH ONCE OCCUPIED THIS SITE The family of the Du's, as well as their clan village, lies under this pile of earth, with the exception of this house on the outskirts occupied by the old grandfather and grandmother. It was covered at the rear and one side as high as the ridgepole (see text, page 448).