National Geographic : 1946 Mar
Chicago Museum ofNatural History Farmers Sift the Grain and Animals Carry the Commerce of Sulaimaniya, Headquarters ofthe Kurds inIraq This age-old scene is changing; a new generation arises in Sulaimaniya. The author heard school children reading English and reported aninterest indemocracy. He was entertained by Kurds in European dress. This town is a market for wheat, barley, and rice. Most of its3,000 homes areof mud brick (page 407).