Robert Landori-HoffmanRobert Landori-Hoffmanhttp://themetropolitain.ca/articles/author/258fraMatissehttp://themetropolitain.ca/articles/view/1705http://themetropolitain.ca/articles/view/1705It was the summer of 1949 . World War Two had ended four years earlier and Europe’s shell-shocked peoples were trying hard to put behind them the horrors with which they had to cope during five years of hostilities. Nowhere was this more apparent than on the Cote d’Azure, the French Riviera. Bikini-clad holidaymakers, their bodies coated with delightfully smelling suntan lotion, its perfume wafting in the air everywhere, invaded the beaches in great numbers and partied at night with gay abandon.Robert Landori-HoffmanMon, 16 Jul 2018 15:40:00 -0400