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PANOPLY IN PRAGUE

Aug. 22, 1960
Aug. 22, 1960

Table of Contents
Aug. 22, 1960

Editorials
Soaring
Corfu Aloha
One To Go
Spectacle
Cards Go West
Boating
Motor Sports

PANOPLY IN PRAGUE

Rhythmically swinging red balls to the blare of a polka, thousands of schoolgirls mass inside giant Strahov Stadium (capacity: 250,000) during this summer's Spartakiade. Beneath the triumphant slogan "Socialism has won in our country," 707,686 gymnasts performed for eight days in the athletic festival commemorating the liberation of Czechoslovakia from the Nazis.

This is an article from the Aug. 22, 1960 issue Original Layout

Turning gravely under Maypoles, children solemnize the virtues of "honest work," while (right) students throng toward the stadium for a rehearsal. On the following pages a vast serpent of 13,980 agricultural and industrial apprentices exalt the peaceful uses of atomic power.

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