Latvian Rural youth Organisation`s badge in a good condition.
Circa 30ies of 20th centure.Consistent with its age, Please see scans!
Title - without text, enameled.
Dimensions – apprx. 21mm x 21 mm.
Material – brass.
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Rural Youth Europe uses events to create a platform for learning, developing and improving life for youngsters in rural areas.
Latvijas Skautu un Gaidu Centrālā Organizācija, (Latvian Scout and Guide Central Organisation), the primary national Scouting and Guiding organization of Latvia is a member of both the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts and the World Organization of the Scout Movement. The coeducational Latvijas Skautu un Gaidu Centrālā Organizācija serves 759 members as of 2011 (466 Scouts and 293 Guides).
The Latvian Scout Organization Latvijas Skautu Organizācija was established in 1921, and Latvia was a founding member of the World Organization, from 1922 to 1940. Guiding was started in Latvia in 1921 under the Latvian Youth Organizations. In early 1922 Latvijas Gaidu Centrālā Organizācija was set up, and Girl Guiding was permitted to operate as an independent organization. Latvia enjoyed a visit from Olave Baden-Powell, World Chief Guide, in 1933 and had a very active Guiding movement until it was banned in 1940.
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