National Geographic : 1915 Apr
Photo by Kenneth McKenzie LEMONADE SELLER: SERAJEVO, BOSNIA It was in this quiet, easy-going town of the Near East and among such good-humored people that the match was set to the dynamite of international diplomacy and the greatest conflagration of human passion in the history of the race started on its raging course. Photo by Blair Jaekel FRUIT VENDERS AT AWAY STATION INSERVIA Some one has calledServia the poor man's paradise. Itwas, before the present war, aland without beggars, aland without work houses, and at the sametime without immoderately rich men. The people are frugal, simple-living, and intensely patriotic.