The Swedish Institute for Racial Biology
Date: 02.06.2011
Country: Sweden
Section: chronicle
Tags: boy, swimming
Description: The State Institute for Racial Biology was a Swedish governmental research institute founded in 1922 with the stated purpose of studying eugenics and human genetics. It was located in Uppsala and as a governmental agency, it was the world's first of its kind. Its first head was Herman Lundborg.

For his doctoral dissertation, Lundborg had researched a form of genetic progressive myoclonic epilepsy first described by Heinrich Unverricht in 1891. In addition to giving an account of the disease, he traced an affected family back to the 18th century, an analysis unique for that time. He concluded that the family had genetically degenerated because of unwise marriages.

Under his leadership, the institute began gathering statistics and photographs to map the racial make-up of about 100,000 Swedish people. This research later became one of the foundations of a eugenic program of the Swedish government, which consisted of both voluntary and involuntary sterilisation of persons with negative genetic characteristics. The program was started in 1935 and lasted until 1975.
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'The Swedish Institute for Racial Biology'

Jane Birkin - Love Fifteen
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Year: 1991
Country: France
Section: music
Tags: girl, singing
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'Jane Birkin - Love Fifteen'

Zheleznodorozhnik 1938 nr. 8
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Year: 1938
Country: Soviet Union
Section: chronicle
Tags: boy, girl, sunbathing
Description: 1. Strength and youth
2. Stalin's day of the railroad
3. Fight for time
4. Cultural workshop
5. Sentinel way
6. New detachment of young professionals
7. The best gift for children of railway workers
8. If there is war tomorrow
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'Zheleznodorozhnik 1938 nr. 8'

Chambourcy - Biovita 1987
Year: 1987
Country: Brazil
Section: commercials
Tags: girl
Keywords: Biovita
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'Chambourcy - Biovita 1987'

Smoke sauna tradition in Voromaa
Date: 26.11.2014
Country: Finland
Section: reportage
Tags: bathing, boy, swimming
Description: The smoke sauna tradition is an important part of everyday life in the Võro community of Estonia. It comprises a set of traditions including the actual bathing customs, the skills of making bath whisks, building and repairing saunas, and smoking meat in the sauna. Practised usually on Saturdays but also before major festivals or family events, it is primarily a family custom whose main function is to relax the body and mind. Families take turns hosting each other.
Video Added: 30.05.2020

'Smoke sauna tradition in Voromaa'

Artek in 1930s
Year: 1930
Country: Soviet Union
Section: chronicle
Tags: boy, girl, summer camp, sunbathing, swimming
Keywords: Artek
Description: Vacation of soviet pioneers in summer camp Artek in 1930s.
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'Artek in 1930s'

Summer scout camp of De Kaninefaten
Date: 27.07.1935
Country: Netherlands
Section: chronicle
Tags: boy, summer camp
Description: A historical film from 1935 about the summer camp of the Alkmaar scout association "De Kaninefaten" in Valkenswaard.
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'Summer scout camp of De Kaninefaten'

Crippled Children
Year: 1940
Country: United Kingdom
Section: chronicle
Tags: boy, girl, medical check
Keywords: Pathe
Description: Frankstown hospital for disabled children. Various shots as two young girls play a game of tennis outside whilst others watch from their hospital beds. M/S showing one of the tennis players has a false leg. M/S of boys playing cricket from their beds, they bat and field quite easily whilst lying down. M/S of two boys boxing whilst lying down on their beds. M/S as nurse takes a boy's temperature. M/S as other nurses crowd around the winning boxer and shake his hand, they laugh and give him flowers.
Video Added: 29.05.2020

'Crippled Children'


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