Gödöllö, Hungary, 1933. The Fourth Jamboree. 25,792 Scouts in camp. Jamboree daily paper printed in Hungarian, English, French and German with contributions in other languages. Unofficial laguage: "Jamboreese", which consist mostly of signs emphasized by a happy smile. Each foreign contingent had a "Cousin", a local Scout able to speak a foreign language. First participation by Air Scouts. first issue of commemorative Scouts Stamps. The Jamboree Badge: The White Stag of Hungary ..... " You may look on that White Stag as the pure spirit of Scouting, springing forward and upward, to leap over difficulties, to face new adventures....."
The Fourth World Jamboree.
Contributed by: Carlos Rodriguez, Wood Badge Scouter, Venezuela