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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. The girls' dressing room. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. The winner in the girls' dressing room. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. The winner in the girls' dressing room. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. The beribboned winner. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. The beribboned winner. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. The runner-up congratulates the beribboned winner. Sopot, 1956

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    Gdansk (Danzig), Poland, after massive destruction during World War II. In the center Marienkirche, Saint Mary's church, to the right the "Krantor", the crane-city gate.

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    Gdansk (Danzig), Poland, after massive destruction during World War II. In the center Marienkirche, Saint Mary's church, to the right the "Krantor", the crane-city gate.

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. Sopot, 1956

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    First election of a beauty queen in Communist Poland. In 1956, the Sopot Jazz festival in Poland helped redefine the country's cultural landscape allowing jazz to be played openly despite it having been banned under the Communist regime. The contest for the title of 'Miss Sopot', held in conjunction with the festival, proved to be a similarly ground-breaking event. It drew such large crowds that it had to be moved to the roof of the casino at the once elegant seaside resort. The winner poses in her ribbon and the prize, a nylon raincoat. Sopot, 1956

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    Early in the century, Lenin spent a few years in Poronin, near Zakopane, Poland. The pub where the first meeting of the Central Committee of the Russian Communist Party was held, was later converted into a museum. A group of shoolchildren look at the Lenin bust. Poronin, 1956

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