Preparing for 1936 Olympics, Berlin Removes Anti-Semitic Signs Hot

Preparing for 1936 Olympics, Berlin Removes Anti-Semitic Signs

1936 Olympics, Opening Ceremonies

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In Berlin, the last of the large red signs saying "Jews Are Our Misfortune — Whoever Buys From Jews is a Traitor" are removed.

This doesn't represent a change of heart on the part of the Nazi government, though. They are simply trying to prepare for the 1936 Summer Olympics.

 

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1936 Berlin Nazi Olympics Opening Ceremonies

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