1975 Nordjamb 75 World Jamboree Lillebaelt Lillebelt Subcamp Neckerchief Green

Vintage Boy Scout neckerchief from the 1975 World Jamboree in Nordjamb, Norway for the LILLEBAELT subcamb. Green with white trim. Made out of cotton or a cotton blend. It's 39" long across the top (might be an inch shorter than most). It came from an estate sale in this condition; I didn't wash it.
Condition: Has a few small yellow spots and dirt. It's a little wrinkled from storage. Very good vintage condition.
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From Wikipedia:
"The Little Belt ( Danish : Lillebælt ) is a strait between the Danish island of Funen and the Jutland Peninsula ."

"The 14th World Scout Jamboree was held July 29 to August 7, 1975 and was hosted by Norway at Lillehammer

King Olav V and Harald V of Norway , who then was crown prince, opened "Nordjamb '75", as it became popularly known, in the presence of 17,259 Scouts from 94 countries. The slogan was Five Fingers, One Hand , an example of international cooperation on the part of the five Nordic countries responsible for its organization.

This slogan stood symbolically for:

Five fingers separately are small and weakly, but together form an efficient and strong unit Scouts from all five continents meet at the World Jamboree The five Nordic countries jointly host a world event

The slogan for the Jamboree was represented in a number of ways, including one event that brought all of the Jamboree participants together into the central arena, where they formed a giant hand that was photographed from aircraft flying overhead."

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