National Geographic : 1943 Aug
148 The National Geographic Magazine International News Where Tongues Speak Vainly, Flying Hands Speak Eloquently Somewhere in Iran, Lt. William Stewart illustrates a maneuver to Soviet mechanics in dark working dress. Occasionally the girl interprets. Named for the air prophet, a Lend-Lease Mitchell two-motor bomber is about to exchange its American white star for the U.S.S.R . red star. One of its .50-caliber machine guns peeps from the top turret. Mitchells from the carrier Hornet bombed Tokyo.