National Geographic : 1945 Mar
U.S.Navy, Official Ships Burn and Sink, Docks and Warehouses Go Up in Smoke, as Carrier-based Bombers Pound Japs atManila, November 13,1944 The ancient Walled City, former Spanish fortified stronghold, is the fan-shaped section at left, from which smoke funnels likesteam from awhistle. Black smoke is from a ship, probably a tanker, burning at a pier. Behind the breakwater, wrecks lie in confusion. In the large white Philippine Capitol, atleft, the Congress meets. Dewey Boulevard, now given a Jap name, leads straight up from the Pasig River along the bay(page 305).