National Geographic : 1932 Jun
RAINBOW HUES FROM HUNGARY V YLv tlIlullS .Ugraplll2 aoclcly l LUlal .Ulvla U llv g-l ALuy 11.113.J...lC, l.a.ll . WOMEN HARVESTERS IN A FIELD BETWEEN MOHACS AND PECS The ripe grain is first reaped by men with scythes ; women follow with sickles, pick it up and shock it (see also Color Plate XII). Near Mohacs a terrible battle was fought in 1526 between the Hungarians and Turks. The latter were victorious and as a result occupied the land for 150 years.