National Geographic : 1930 Jun
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE NATIVE TROOPS FORM THE GOVERNOR'S GUARD Volunteer soldiers, who enlist for an initial term of two years, are drawn from all the racial types of the country, but Berbers predominate among them. c) National Ueographic Society Natural-Color Photographs by Luigi Pellerano COLONISTS OF CAESAR'S TIME ENJOYED THESE BATHS AT GUBA Cirenaica became a Roman province 66 B. C., and remained so for four centuries. This oasis between Cirene and Derna is watered by the same spring that made it a garden spot in the days of ancient Rome. It has a flow of 30,000 gallons a day.