National Geographic : 1959 Jun
Berlin Night Spot Caters to Teen-agers Sweatered and blue-jeaned jit terbugs jam the Eggshell club. They thin out at 10 p.m. curfew for those under 18. U. S. dance styles catch on with young Germans. Jazz fans from the Free Uni versity of Berlin gather for a Sunday afternoon session. A guitarist joins in the taped music. "German college students can talk more knowledgeably about American jazz artists than most Americans," reports the author, "but they aren't alone in their love of jazz. A leading indus trialist I interviewed boasted of meeting Louis Armstrong. One of his prized possessions was a complete collection of Armstrong records."