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Magazine made for the World Festival of Youth and Students in 1989. The 13th World Festival of Youth and Students (WFYS) was held from 1–8 July 1989 in Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea, and was organized by the World Federation of Democratic Youth. It was described as the largest international event staged in North Korea of the time. Ultimately declared as the largest ever World Festival of Youth and Students, about 22,000 people from 177 countries took part in the festival, including 100 people from the United States. For eight days starting on 1 July 1989.
The students participated in political discussions, sports competitions, and other activities. The next festival was held in Cuba in 1997.
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Dutch magazine (Netherland-USSR) 31st. volume november 1978. On the cover it reads:”60 Years of Komsomol”.
The Netherlands-USSR Association, founded in 1947, aimed to interest a wide audience in Russian culture. The Association showed Russian films and propaganda meetings with Russian music. The Association also organized group trips to Russia, and from 1954 it was possible to bring Russian artists to the Netherlands. The Association was viewed in a very negative light by the Dutch government, which was very wary of everything that came from Russia.
Wim Hulst first worked there as secretary and from 1967 to 1989 as chairman; Hulst was also director of Vernu, the travel agency of the Dutch-USSR Association for a long time. The association also published a monthly magazine and organized trips to the Soviet Union.