National Geographic : 1944 Oct
446 The National Geographic Magazine "Violets" on the Dealer's Signs Refer to Ascidians, or Sea Squirts, Not to Bouquets A Marseillais eats his sea food raw from an open-air stall. Sea squirts are found on Mediterranean piles and rocks. Because of their tough coat-they have no shell-they are not widely relished. French Zouaves, Algeria-bound, Inspect an Algerian Peddler's Trinkets At Marseille France's overseas troops stopped for a last fling. There they met Arabs, Senegalese, Chinese, Greeks, and Annamites, some in uniform, some in native dress, speaking a babel of three continents.