National Geographic : 1918 Nov
IN CASSOCK AND KHAKI: A FRENCH ABBOT AND AN AMERICAN LIEUTENANT IN A MONASTERY GARDEN "Mainly Catholic in their traditions and sentiment, the common people still reverence the vast institution governed from Rome; but the educated classes, because of their belief in its opposition to certain democratic movements, have in recent years been rather alienated." A PEASANT HOME IN WESTERN FRANCE WHERE RECENTLY BILLETED Photographs courtesy of W. L. Jackal AMERICAN OFFICERS WERE The soldiers' hostess and host are to be seen at the left. Note the horse and the ox harnessed in tandem fashion. If this were in Austria or Hungary the woman would be the yoke-mate of the ox.