National Geographic : 1945 Mar
A City Learns to Smile Again 363 It's Always Easier to Hoe in Someone Else's Potato Patch Pvt. William Wiggins, of Columbus, Ohio, lends a helping hand to this Lorraine farmer and his daughter. I'. S. Army Signal Corps, Official Shaped Like a Giant Derby, a Maginot Line Pillbox Hugs the Ground near Verdun Lt. Margaret White, Army nurse, examines this outpost at Fort Douaumont, one of the major defense points of the stronghold where the slogan "They shall not pass" became famous. Many such modern emplace ments were built on the foundations of World War I defenses. Lt. White's right hand rests on her helmet.