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3 years sooner than the beginning of WWII, Eugene Fodor released his first guidebook, 1936–-On the Continent–The pleasing trip Annual. Fodor's aim used to be to create a fun-to-read, every year up to date guidebook approximately Europe that emphasised the folks and tradition of a country--a radical switch from the conventional guidebook strategy. Seventy-five years later, at the Continentgives readers a nostalgic glimpse and mawkish grand journey of pre-WWII Europe.Today, Fodor's is without doubt one of the world's biggest and such a lot relied on manufacturers in shuttle, masking greater than six hundred locations all over the world in guidebooks.

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But one thing of which we are frankly—and we think justly—proud is the price of our Travel Annual, which we have fixed low enough to place it within reach of all who are interested in foreign travel. For the small sum of 6s. 6d. we guide you through no fewer than 26 Continental countries, giving you not a brief sketch of each, but a total of One Thousand Pages of valuable and useful information that is published here for the first time. Wishing you happy holidays on the Continent. THE EDITOR GENERAL INFORMATION Passports—Extracts from Passport Regulations 1.

Ostend is a Flemish town, but it is, above all, an international town, which lives almost entirely on tourists. This is the case with most of the places we shall be visiting. That is why, almost everywhere, foreign languages are spoken, and why so many people speak or understand English. We’re in Flanders here, and the Belgian coast is entirely Flemish. So are Bruges, Ghent, Antwerp, and the county of Limburg. Roughly, one half of the country—the northern half between the coast and Holland and right down to Brussels—is Flemish.

Foreign Office Passports are granted— i. To natural-born British subjects, and to British subjects by naturalisation in the United Kingdom, in the British Dominions or Colonies, or in India. ii. To the wives and widows of the above persons. iii. (a) To married women who were British subjects at the time of their marriage and have not, by reason of marriage to an alien, acquired the nationality of their husbands. (b) To married women whose husbands have, during the continuance of the marriage, ceased to be British subjects, unless by reason of the acquisition by their husbands of a new nationality they also have acquired that nationality.

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