National Geographic : 1936 Jun
Photograph by Ewing Galloway BARGES UNLOAD AT MANNHEIM, NAVIGATION TERMINUS Only very small vessels can go farther up the Rhine. A vessel discharges a cargo of grain at the big flour mill in the distance. The port has the second largest inland harbor in Germany. Canals and rivers are used for hauling much heavy freight. ©International News BOUQUETS FOR THE SOLDIERS! A flaxen-haired girl pins posies onthestalwart warriors who have just marched into Cologne. A double celebration isgoing on, for the reoccupation ofthe Rhineland was timed to include Germany's Memorial Day, March 8,1936, when the Nation honored its wardead.