Vintage Cover Photos of Czech Weekly News Pestrý Týden in 1927
Pestrý týden was a Czech illustrated weekly magazine published November 2, 1926 to April 28, 1945, during the First and Second Czechoslovak Republics and during the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia.
The magazine helped establish top photo-reporters of the 1930s, such as Karel Hájek, Václav Jírů and Ladislav Sitenský. Published and printed by Grafické závody (‘Graphic Works’) by Václav Neubert and Sons, based in Smíchov, Prague it was issued in 963 numbers.
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