National Geographic : 1943 Jun
Scotland in Wartime 733 rllrlsn ollutne It's Thumbs Up, a Cheerful Smile, and Drill on Shoulder in a Scottish Shipyard Nightly blackouts and winter's early twilights are added handicaps to shipbuilding on the Clyde. Some times exposed work must cease by 4 P. M. Covered work goes on. fi is 1 , . ' . r y-- r O c GRUPY C P~ ATn rlnwuF I -- R.A.F. Wings Unite Pole and Briton at a Translation Session in Scotland The airman interpreting "gliders' group" and "mechanics' group" wears his country's name on his shoulder. Polish soldiers are so popular that many have been informally adopted into Scottish homes. Their newly acquired English has a Scottish burr (pages 727, 742).