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36/ Special offer from the hockey archive - original color postcard size 18 x 14 cm (7 x 5 1/4 inch). Photo by David Portigal This photo is printed on the original original paper and its purchase is intended only for collecting purposes and its further use is protected by copyright law. For more purchased items you pay only one shipping.
A book describing the 1947 World and European Ice Hockey Championships, won by the Czechoslovak national team for the first time in history. The patronage of the championship was taken over by the president of the republic, dr. Edvard Benes, whose photo opens the publication. Very nice 40 pages with lots of photos from the World championship. The book describes the tour of the Czechoslovak national team through the tournament, full of beautiful photographs, presents not only players, but also radio commentators, coaches and rivals of the national team - Belgium, USA, Poland, Romania, Switzerland and Sweden. The front is glued with tape and is a little dirty, but otherwise everything is held together and is generally in good condition. The book is in Czech language.
Official hockey souvenir of the event. Publisher: Organizing Committee WC 2015 IIHF Printed: color Language: ENGLISH and CZECH Format, size: A4 , 21x30 cm Pages: 96 Condition: brand NEW Review of all teams, color pictures, statistics , history of the IIHF events.
Official programme with 43 pages size A4 of the all information about World Championship U20 held in Ostrava and Trinec 2020.
The postcard is signed by some participants at the championship in Davos, who sent the postcard to Gustav Schmauz and signed by radio reporter Josef Laufer, coach and player Mike Buckna, Ladislav Trojak, Bohumil Modry, Vladimir Kobranov and others.
The postcard is signed by players who sent the postcard to Gustav Schmauz and it is signed by players such as Vladimir Zabrodsky, Pergl, Peka, Jirik, Cetkovsky, both Jirotka brothers, Pusbauer, Josef Malecek and other players.
In 1949, Czech hockey players became world champions in ice hockey for the second time in history. The contemporary publication by Laufer and Trousil on 32 pages commemorates this glorious event. The entire championship is documented in words and a large number of brown and white photographs on every page from the very beginning to the winning return home. In addition, unique photographs from the early 20th century are included, such as a picture from the 1911 Canada-France match in Chamonix. The last part of the publication is devoted to VIII. World Academic Games held in Spindler Mlyn, attended by representatives of nine nations. The book is in Czech language.