Berlin Olympics 1936


August 1, 2016 marks the 80th anniversary of the opening day of the 1936 Berlin Olympics. The Berlin event was unique in that it boasted the largest number of foreign athletes in the history of the Olympics. The Berlin Olympic Village was so beautifully designed that every Olympic village since has been modelled on it. The Berlin stadium boasted seating for 100,000 spectators. Attending were four million fans and journalists from 41 nations. The Berlin Olympics was the first to be televised. Competing in the 1936 Games were a record number of participants: 4066 athletes, including 331 women from 49 countries.


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The Solar Storm: Gerhard Lauck – Third Reich Books



Kyle Hunt speaks to Gerhard Lauck of and about a variety of topics, such as: internet activism after being released from German prison, the variety of Third Reich original books he offers, what the NSDAP/AO is like doing these days, how people can get involved, and what could be coming our way politically.


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