National Geographic : 1944 Apr
The Clock Turns Back in Yugoslavia 505 (OiffordPorter Sheepskin Jackets for Cold Nights Are Carried on Shepherds' Staffs or Shoulders One is a good example of the South Slavs who, splitting off from the Russians, reached the Adriatic in the sixth century. His companion has the Mongol features sometimes encountered in the Balkans. © Relang from Three Lions Home for Two Weeks a Year, Galicnik Men Shed the World's Garments for Native Dress In American clothes, Galicnikers helped to build New York's skyscrapers. Their forefathers carved Decani's altar screen (pages 502, 511). During the wanderers' annual return all marriages are performed. Before their next homecoming there is a new crop of babies (page 506).