National Geographic : 1943 Jul
Casablanca Smiles © National Geographic Society Kodachrome by Herbert P. MacNeal Veiled Moslem Woman and U. S. Naval Officer Pass a Statue to Marshal Lyautey Lyautey bequeathed an empire to the French Republic. Swift in battle, he subdued savage tribes. Patient in diplomacy, he won their friendship. In World War I he held French Morocco with a handful of troops. Taming the Atlantic's waves, he built the jetties that made tiny, exposed Casablanca a thriving, sheltered port.