1936 Olympics and the Struggle for Influence
Nathan Huegen talked about the 1936 Olympics, which were held in Berlin during the rule of the Nazis. He examined how Adolf Hitler… read more
Nathan Huegen talked about the 1936 Olympics, which were held in Berlin during the rule of the Nazis. He examined how Adolf Hitler used the games to try to spread his influence and impose his will. Mr. Huegen also looked at how the international community reacted to the 1936 games. He showed numerous slides during his presentation and then responded to questions from members of the audience. close
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