National Geographic : 1939 Jan
THE TRANSFORMATION OF TURKEY © Douglas Chandler HORSE POWER TOWS IT UPHILL TO FLY WITHOUT A MOTOR In nine glider schools, boys and girls are given free training. Here at the tnonii School and 550 boys are taught. The barren slopes of central Anatolia are free from the hazards The Glider Department of the Aeronautical League is known as "The Turkish Bird" (page 550 girls of trees. 16). r c ~ ~ 9, 1 6:2~"$* u' 1; r, BY "HORSE AND BUGGY" THE BALLOT BOX IS TAKEN FROM TOWN TO TOWN ON TURKEY'S ELECTION DAY Judges accompany the big receptacle, which is fastened behind the wagon. Ghazi Mustafa Kemal Pasha was unanimously re-elected every four years from 1923 until 1935. He was given the name Atatiirk (Father of the Turks) in 1934. Voting is fostered as a training in democracy.