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August 13, 1956 | Horace Sutton
In Holland, an ideal—and inexpensive—way to see the country is to hire a cruiser for a scenic
July 30, 1956
Straining toward the finish, Derek Ibbotson (left) barely edges Chris Chat-away in muddy three-mile race at London.
July 23, 1956
Portuguese windjammer Sagres, square-rigged sails billowing from her tall masts, heads into the English Channel at Torquay on way to Lisbon at the start of 80-mile International Training Ship race won by British...
July 16, 1956
The sports and games pictured here by John Groth's imaginative brush and pen are as indigenous to Europe as its ancient soil. These are the vigorous contests which Europeans stage among themselves as they have for...
March 05, 1956
In the 17th century the stylish gentry of Europe enjoyed many diversions—some ancient even then—which are played today