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Author:
Paul Taylor
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978-1903900888
ISBN:
1903900883
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Sussex Academic Press (July 1, 2004)
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Jews and the Olympic Game. has been added to your Cart. A comprehensive history of Jewish Olympians. Taylor’s book focuses on the political background and conflict; it contains hundreds of stories, lists of Jewish medalists and photographs.

Jews and the Olympic Game. Sir Martin Gilbert, award-winning historian. Taylor has produced a unique and compelling history of Jewish sporting achievement. He reveals how Jewish athletes have had to combat not only their Olympic competitors, but also an enduring, often lethal, anti-Semitism. Colin Tatz, sports historian and author, Obstacle Race: Aborigines in Sport.

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Published July 2004 by Sussex Academic Press.

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Avery Bundage, President of the US Olympic Committee (USOC), traveled to Germany at the end of August 1934 to.The pro-Berlin vote strengthened Brundage’s position against mixing sports and politics.

Avery Bundage, President of the US Olympic Committee (USOC), traveled to Germany at the end of August 1934 to investigate the state of preparation of the Games. He saw himself as a strict opponent of any such mixing and denied the political character of any decision, even when one was patently obvious. The decision would have significant impact on public opinion in the US.

This unique book documents the history of Jewish Olympic athletes, many of whom suffered under Nazi persecution and the . There is an unusually rich collection of stories making up the history of the Jews at the Olympic Games.

There is an unusually rich collection of stories making up the history of the Jews at the Olympic Games.

Retrieved 18 February 2014. Jewish Athletes at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Encyclopedia Article. Romania, 1996 Summer Olympics, Olympic Games, Valentina Vezzali, Bucharest.

Celebrating the unusually rich collection of stories that make up the history of the Jews at the Olympic Games, this work shows how many of the athletes fought battles both on and off the running track and how the personal drama and enduring humanity of their stories goes beyond sport and embraces politics, heroism, and resilience. From the first Olympics in Athens in 1896 through to the disasters and triumphs of Munich 1972 and beyond, Jews and the Olympic Games, which features a list of the more than 250 Jewish medalists, is a powerful account of the conflict between sport and politics.