Kinda late but thats in perhaps some Europe country, but I do not think it's in Argentina. Neither of the two photos.
What have the Olympic games 1936 to do with that?Kinda late but thats in perhaps some Europe country, but I do not think it's in Argentina. Neither of the two photos.
First picture: For several decades now, Argentina has Jewish institutions that have a lot of power. For example, I saw a TV actor be criminally sentenced for merely saying on a TV show that there were Jews who worked for the Nazis and killed other Jews in concentration camps ... these institutions exert a lot of pressure and they have no tolerance. I can not imagine what can happen if there is a parade with Nazi clothes , also people in Argentina have no tolerance for this type of symbolism, which is why it would hardly have been allowed, even as a joke.
Second picture : Based in the exhaust system that VW Golf is a VW Golf with a V-engine (possibly a VR6). A model of VW Golf with a V-engine never came to Argentina. It was sold in the US and in Europe. Also, it was not until the year 2017 in Argentina that long plates were implemented, and it's only for cars manufactured from that year or newer. That VW Golf was manufactured before 2017 ( its a Mk4, builded until 2006 ) ... Plates prior to 2017 are short, aprox to the half size of the that VW Golf plates...
Nothing. In my text there was a quote from your text by mistake ( i already erase it ..)What have the Olympic games 1936 to do with that?
Normally women in military service should wear pants or skirts depending if it fits the situation/occupation. The girls in a general's bureau could wear skirts in summer, for example, and the female combat troops wear pants. The most military have that this way.@McM i found DPRK military women in pants.
from what i read, in some instances, women are allowed to wear pants in certain circumstances which is unclear. supposedly, Kim Jong Un relaxed the ban of wearing pants for women but not specifically stating when it's allowed and for what occasion.