China Travel: Shanghai Hangzhou Nanjing Wuxi Suzhou, edited by China International Travel Service. Paperback book published by China Travel and Tourism Press Beijing 1975. Text is in English.
Shanghai workers criticize Lin Piao and Confucius
A farm machinery plant run by a Shanghai rural people’s commune
A barefoot doctor in rural Shanghai treating poor and lower-middle peasants
Cadre School Members doing manual labour
Hangzhou silk parasols
Educated youth in the countryside
Pupils of the Chengxian Street Primary School of Nanjing learning farm work
A good harvest of silkworm cocoons
A bumper harvest of sweet juicy peaches
(Workers’ Sanitarium of Wuxi)
The Suzhou Dongfanghong Silk Weaving Mill used to be a small back street workshop. After liberation, its equipment increased from 30 to more than 730 pieces, and the number of workers from 90 to over 2,000. (etc.)
Yuhuatai used to be a tourist spot in Nanjing. But after 1927 when Chiang Kai-shek betrayed the revolution, it was turned into an execution ground. (etc.)
Belgrade: Pictorial-Guide, edited by Ljubica Trajkovoc. Hardcover book published by Turisticka Stampa no date. Text is in English.
Members of a voluntary youth working brigade on the site of Novi Beograd.
Until not so long ago, there were only marshes and reeds here. Work on draining and raising the level of this area began in 1948. Voluntary youth working brigades performed most of the preliminary ground work in the area of present Novi Beograd.
Belgrade’s new airport has been built at Surcin, 14 km. from the city. Owing to its geographical position, the design of its runway and buildings it is one of the most important airports in traffic between Europe and the East. It was designed by a group of young Belgrade architects. In the picture: the interior of Belgrade Airport’s reception hall.
Airliners of the Yugoslav Air Transport Company (JAT) link Belgrade with many Yugoslav and foreign cities.
Greeting the May Day procession.
Kalenic market-place, one of the largest in Belgrade. Hundreds of tons of fruit are bought to the market every morning.
The “Beograd” socialist farm is the capital’s main food supplier. It covers over 13,000 hectares of arable land and grows vegetable, fruit and wheat. It supplies the citizens of Belgrade with more than 25 million litres of milk annually.
The “Zmaj” Works near Zemun us the biggest producer of agricultural machines in the country.
Consultation of workers in the “Ivo Lola Ribar” Machine Tool Factory.
Freedom-loving Belgrade reacts to all important political events. In the picture: a public meeting in Marx and Engels Square.