National Geographic : 1915 May
TURKISH SOLDIERS AND SAILORS: CONSTANTINOPLE ISLANDERS O? THE MARMORA: CONSTANTINOPLE "In the polyglot multitude, he who speaks but a couple of languages is considered ignorant and is often helpless. The common handbills and notices are usually printed in four. The sign over a cobbler's shop may be painted in the languages of six different nations" (see page 460).