National Geographic : 1952 May
O National Geographic Society + Some West Pointers Learn Russian A cadet elects to study one of five foreign languages: French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, or Russian. Otherwise, all classes follow the same course for four years. On the blackboard a curving arrow points to Stalingrad, where Reds trounced Germans (swastikas) in World War II. A loud-speaker blares "Attention!" Kodachromes by B. Anthony Stewart ald .John E. Fletcher 4 Army Meets Navy in Friendly Exchange A midshipman from the United States Naval Acad emy lives for several days with roommates while on assignment to West Point. As hosts study, the midship man enjoys a nautical book. An exchange system lets second classmen (juniors) of each institution see how their counterparts live at the other Academy.