National Geographic : 1945 Apr
500 The National Geographic Magazine From an Archway Still Intact, Strollers Again May Overlook the Sevastopol Water Front But the scene they view across an arm of the blue sea, called Black, is one of desolation. For three years inhabitants of the great Crimean port city were forbidden on pain of death to appear on the seashore. "East Africa Is There," Points Out a Russian Child Before a Geography Class This is but one of hundreds of collective farm schools in the Soviet Union. Through the active efforts of the pupils, parents, and teachers, 867 schools reopened this past year, 445 of them completely rebuilt.