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Although the latter of course had less direct connection with the anti-Berlin Olympics protests of 1936, it nevertheless gave an opportunity during the summer of 1937 to publicly protest the Nazis and their activities.
August, 1996 -- This month marks the 60th anniversary of the World Labor Athletic Carnival, held on August 15th and 16th at New York's Randall's Island to protest the holding of the 1936 Olympics in Nazi Germany.
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The torch relay was however not started until the 1936 Summer Olympics.
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 1936 Summer Olympics Encyclopedia - ipedia.com
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 1928 Summer Olympics
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Women's athletics and gymnastics debuted at these Olympic, in spite of criticism.
The torch relay was however not started until the 1936 Summer Olympics.
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Handball (last held in 1936) and Archery (last held in 1920) return as Olympic sports after a long absence.
Lasse Virén of Finland won the 5000 and 10000 m (the latter after a fall), a feat he would repeat in the 1976 Summer Olympics.
In the bid to organise the Olympics, Detroit, Madrid and Montreal were beaten.
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 1936 Summer Olympics - Psychology Central
For the first time the Olympic Flame was brought to the Olympic Town by a torch relay, with the starting point in Olympia, Greece.
Despite being from non-fascist countries the Canadian Olympic Team and the French Olympic Team saluted Hitler (in a gesture of friendship) during opening ceremonies.
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The Canadian Olympic Team was the only olympic team from a non-fascist country to salute Hitler (in a gesture of friendship) while marching by during opening ceremonies.
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 1936 Summer Olympics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Helen Stephens, "The Fulton Flash," (pictured here with Jesse Owens) was enrolled at William Woods when she won her gold medals at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin; one for the women's 100 meters and another as part of the 4 x 100 meter relay.
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 1952 summer olympics
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Women's athletics and gymnastics debuted at these Olympic, in spite of criticism.
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Women's athletics and gymnastics debuted at these Olympic, in spite of criticism.
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 Learn more about 1936 Summer Olympics in the online encyclopedia.
Basketball and handball made their debut at the Olympics, both as outdoor sports.
Although awarded before the Nazi Party came to power in Germany, the government saw the Olympics as a golden opportunity to promote their fascist ideology.
He was replaced by United States Olympic Committee president Avery Brundage, who supported the Games.
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Helen Stephens, "The Fulton Flash," (pictured here with Jesse Owens) was enrolled at William Woods when she won her gold medals at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin; one for the women's 100 meters and another as part of the 4 x 100 meter relay.
Summer Olympic Events include: track and field, soccer, swimming, baseball, equestrian, sailing, greco-roman wresting and gymnastics.
William Woods continues the tradition by being a local sponsor of the The Summer Olympics.
www.williamwoods.edu /gradadult/olympic.html   (139 words)

  
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Anti-fascists planned to host a People's Olympiad in Barcelona as an alternative games to protest the Berlin Olympics but this was cancelled due to the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War.
He was replaced by United States Olympic Committee president Avery Brundage, who supported the Games.
The Canadian Olympic Team was the only olympic team from a non-fascist country to salute Hitler (in a gesture of friendship) while marching by during opening ceremonies.
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c—Germany and Japan are allowed to rejoin the Olympic community for the first Summer Games since 1936.
b—The 1940 Summer Games are originally scheduled for Tokyo, but Japan resigns as host after the outbreak of the Sino-Japanese War in 1937.
Helsinki is the next choice, but the IOC cancels the Games after Soviet troops invade Finland in 1939.
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c—Germany and Japan are allowed to rejoin the Olympic community for the first Summer Games since 1936.
b—The 1940 Summer Games are originally scheduled for Tokyo, but Japan resigns as host after the outbreak of the Sino-Japanese War in 1937.
Helsinki is the next choice, but the IOC cancels the Games after Soviet troops invade Finland in 1939.
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c—Germany and Japan are allowed to rejoin the Olympic community for the first Summer Games since 1936.
i—The 1984 Games are boycotted by 14 Eastern Bloc nations, led by the USSR, to protest America's overcommercialization of the Games, inadequate security and an anti-Soviet attitude by the U.S. government.
b—The 1940 Summer Games are originally scheduled for Tokyo, but Japan resigns as host after the outbreak of the Sino-Japanese War in 1937.
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c—Germany and Japan are allowed to rejoin the Olympic community for the first Summer Games since 1936.
b—The 1940 Summer Games are originally scheduled for Tokyo, but Japan resigns as host after the outbreak of the Sino-Japanese War in 1937.
Helsinki is the next choice, but the IOC cancels the Games after Soviet troops invade Finland in 1939.
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 1972 Summer Olympics - Art History Online Reference and Guide
They were banned from the Olympics for life, as were Tommie Smith and John Carlos in the 1968 Summer Olympics.
In basketball, the United States' Olympic winning streak, which started in 1936, was ended by the Soviet Union team's close victory in the final game.
For the first time, the Olympic Oath is also taken by a representative of the referees.
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c—Germany and Japan are allowed to rejoin the Olympic community for the first Summer Games since 1936.
b—The 1940 Summer Games are originally scheduled for Tokyo, but Japan resigns as host after the outbreak of the Sino-Japanese War in 1937.
Helsinki is the next choice, but the IOC cancels the Games after Soviet troops invade Finland in 1939.
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c—Germany and Japan are allowed to rejoin the Olympic community for the first Summer Games since 1936.
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Two athletes who were Olympic champions in 1936 managed to defend their titles twelve years later.
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