Boughera El Ouafi - Algerijns/Franse atleet: hij was de snelste op de eerste Olympische Spelen in Amsterdam in 1928. Hij was de eerste zwarte Afrikaan die een Olympische titel behaalde. (hij liep voor Frankrijk)

Boughera El Ouafi - Algerijns/Franse atleet: hij was de snelste op de eerste Olympische Spelen in Amsterdam in 1928. Hij was de eerste zwarte Afrikaan die een Olympische titel behaalde. (hij liep voor Frankrijk)

Bernard Buffet - Clown fond vert - 1978 lithograph - 76 x 53.5 cm                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

Bernard Buffet - Clown fond vert - 1978 lithograph - 76 x 53.5 cm Plus

JO SCHLESSER Né le 18 mai 1928 à Liouville en Meuse, Jo est un pilote très populaire en France, spécialisé dans les épreuves de catégorie Sport, qui...

JO SCHLESSER Né le 18 mai 1928 à Liouville en Meuse, Jo est un pilote très populaire en France, spécialisé dans les épreuves de catégorie Sport, qui...

Formula One History: Death of  Jo Schlesser  July 7,1968 - Joseph Schlesser was a Formula One and sports car racing driver from France. He was Jean Louis Schlesser uncle

Formula One History: Death of Jo Schlesser July 7,1968 - Joseph Schlesser was a Formula One and sports car racing driver from France. He was Jean Louis Schlesser uncle

Jo Schlesser

Jo Schlesser

Jo Schlesser  (1928-1968) France Disparu le 7 juillet 1968 lors de la course du Grand Prix automobile de France à Rouen

Jo Schlesser (1928-1968) France Disparu le 7 juillet 1968 lors de la course du Grand Prix automobile de France à Rouen

Switzerland. 2005    B-Level Priority Mail Postcard   Design by K. Wälti and Adrian Frutiger

Switzerland. 2005 B-Level Priority Mail Postcard Design by K. Wälti and Adrian Frutiger

Henri Jean Cochet (1901 – 1987) was a champion tennis player, one of the famous "Four Musketeers" from France who dominated tennis in the late 1920s & early 1930s. He was the World No. 1 player for three consecutive years, 1928 through 1930. Wimbledon: Singles champion: 1927, 1929, Singles runner-up: 1928, Men's Doubles champion: 1926, 1928, Men's Doubles runner-up: 1927, 1931

Henri Jean Cochet (1901 – 1987) was a champion tennis player, one of the famous "Four Musketeers" from France who dominated tennis in the late 1920s & early 1930s. He was the World No. 1 player for three consecutive years, 1928 through 1930. Wimbledon: Singles champion: 1927, 1929, Singles runner-up: 1928, Men's Doubles champion: 1926, 1928, Men's Doubles runner-up: 1927, 1931

Portrait; Bravo Jo Jo. Artist; Bernard Buffet (1928 to '99).  Copywrite ©

Portrait; Bravo Jo Jo. Artist; Bernard Buffet (1928 to '99). Copywrite ©

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