The Munich Olympics Massacre

This compelling volume examines the historical background of the Munich Olympics Massacre as well as the controversies surrounding the event.

The Munich Olympics Massacre

Author: Jeff Hay

Publisher: Greenhaven Publishing LLC

ISBN: 0737763698

Page: 160

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This compelling volume examines the historical background of the Munich Olympics Massacre as well as the controversies surrounding the event. Readers will be intrigued by the entire chapter of personal narratives from people who lived through the massacre including an Israeli athlete who recounts losing his teammates, and a Israeli wrestler's story that took him from the Soviet Union to Israel to Munich.

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