Amateur photography relating the life on an industrial plant in the fifties
The factory is gone, but the payroll accountants are still beaming and the women’s football team is posing for us from these pictures. These were the times when the arrows of the soapery workers made the dollar-tailed imperialist beast screech in pain – socialist emulation and proletariat in Kőbánya, photo-documented by János Keveházi.
Text: Ádám Kolozsi | Photo Editor: István Virágvölgyi | Translation: Zsuzsanna Bodóné Hofecker [The original article was published in Hungarian]
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