National Geographic : 1942 Apr
"Don't You Just Love to Watch People Dance?" This stand-by of polite conversation takes on new meaning at an Empire Services Club where ballroom steps and customs from all corners of the world get an airing on the same floor at the same time. The intelligence and comeli ness of Levantine girls are a revelation to many Englishmen (page 517). Bela Zola, courtesy Middle-East Parade Rhythm of the Nile Retains Its Witchery With flashing smile a Caironight club beauty entertains Anzacs and British tommies by gliding throughvoluptuous routines such asdelighted Mark Antony at the court of Cleopatra. The soldiers applaud stage performances like this, but for their own dancing prefer American "swing" (page 523).