On the eve of World War II, as the preparations for the 1936 Olympic Games were underway in Berlin, Parisian workers’ sport clubs were eagerly training for the event. While their wholehearted commitment to sports and politics is palpable, these young people were also enjoying their very first paid vacation.
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