Latvian Boy Scout Ceremonies

Figure 1.-- Here we see some new Latvian Cubs taking the Scout oath in 1927. ome of the boys do not have their uniforms yet. There does not seem to be much of a difference between the Cub abs Scout uniforms. Notice that several boys are earing long stickings rather thann knee socks.

Scouting has a range of ceremonies as the boys as the boys enter Scouting nd progress up the ranks. Many of these ceremonies are the sane or similar in all countries. Some countries have special ceremonies. The first ceremonies in when boys first take the Scout oath, usually as Cubs. For many of the boys it is the first formal commitment, except for perhaps First Communion, that they conciously take.


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