Figure 1.--The VNJ, unlike many youth groups, in the 1990s has maintained a very traditional uniform, including kerchief and short pants. Note the white socks and boots..
One natioanlist group in Flanders (Belgium), the VJR, was an exception to the trend in many youth groups to deemphasize uniforms. The VJR continues to insist on a traditional uniform of kerchief and short pants did not adopt the increasingly popular long, baggy short style which many Scout groups began wearing during the 1990s. Many European Scouts hardly wore uniforms in the 1990s, although from group tp grpup in different countries.
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