National Geographic : 1945 May
@ National Geographic Society Kodachrome by Maynard Owen Williams Asia Looks, at Europe across the Bosporus, Where Armies Have Changed Continents and Made History since Remote Antiquity Grim walls and towers are ruins of Rumeli Hissar, a fortress built in 1452 by Sultan Mohammed II to invest Constantinople. On the far hill, dervishes once assembled. Today one of their sons is Vice President of American-built Robert College. Its halls and professors' homes stand above and between the castle walls (Plate XVII).