National Geographic : 1935 Feb
262 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by Max Wentz IN THEIR HILLSIDE SOIL A SAAR WORKER AND HIS WIFE PLANT POTATOES Tiny garden plots, cultivated by many miners and mill hands, help meet their individual needs. In this densely settled region only a small share of the people devote their whole time to farming; much meat, grain, fruit, and other foods are imported from France (see text, page 248). REICH MINISTER PAUL JOSEPH GOEBBELS ARRIVES IN SAARBRUCKEN Cheering throngs line the street. Uniformed men guard official cars, Boy Scouts sound their trumpets, and an official photographer (with the swastika on his sleeve) takes pictures.