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fred
September 8th 06, 02:40 PM
"Topaz" > wrote in message
...
>
>
> A large amount of what has been written about Hitler and Nazi
> Germany has been particularly subject to the pressure of political
> correctness: a good example is the story of 1936 Olympics and the
> Black American athlete Jesse Owens."
>
> Here is an excerpt from a book my friend fished out of the Internet:
>
> The 1936 Olympics The story most repeated about Hitler and the 1936
> Olympic Games in Berlin,
> which were unquestionably put on as a political showcase for Nazi
> Germany, is that Hitler refused to shake the hand of the American
> Black athlete Jesse Owens after the latter had won a race.
>
> In reality what happened was that Hitler personally attended the first
> day of the track and field competition on 2 August 1936, and did
> personally congratulate the German athlete Hans Woellke, who became
> the first German to win a gold medal in the Olympics since 1896.
>
> Throughout the rest of the day, Hitler continued to receive Olympic
> champions, German and non-German, in his VIP box.
>
> The next day, 3 August, the chairman of the International Olympic
> Committee, Comte Baillet-Latour, approached Hitler early in the
> morning and told the German leader that he had violated Olympic
> protocol by having winners paraded to his box.
>
> Hitler apologized and gave an undertaking that he would from then on
> refrain from publicly congratulating any winners, German or otherwise.
> During this day, Owens won his gold medals - and in line with the
> Olympic Committee's ruling, Hitler did not shake his hand, or anybody
> else's for
> that matter, at the games again. It is therefore utterly false to
> claim that Hitler deliberately chose to
> ignore Owens. In fact, in the very autobiography that the Encarta
> Encyclopedia extract refers to, The Jesse Owens Story, Owens himself
> recounted how Hitler had stood up and waved to him: "When I passed
> the Chancellor he arose, waved his hand at me, and I waved back at
> him. I think the writers showed bad taste in criticizing the man of
> the hour in Germany."
>
> Another common story about the 1936 Olynpic games is that Owens'
> victory "disproved the Nazi master race theory" - in fact the Olympic
> games as a whole were won by the German team with 89 medals, compared
> to the 56 medals won by the second placed USA team.
>
> In what was to become an act of extreme irony, the American president
> of the time, Franklin D. Roosevelt, then involved in an election and
> concerned about the reaction in the USA's southern states, refused to
> see Owens at the White House: Owens was later to remark that it was
> Roosevelt, not Hitler, who snubbed him.
> =====
>
> Thought for the Day:
> "It's interesting to see a photo of the French contingent entering
> the Olympic arena behind the French flag, and every one of them is
> giving Hitler's private box the National Socialist salute."
> (Letter to the Zundelsite)
> ____Information about Ingrid Rimland's historical trilogy,
> "Lebensraum!",
> seized at the Canadian border for being "politically incorrect", may
> be
> found at: http://www.lebensraum.org/ir.html
>
> http://www.nationalvanguard.org http://www.natvan.com
> http://www.thebirdman.org http://www.ihr.org/

Owens said he was treated better in Nazi Germany then he was in the USA.

Fred

Sid
September 9th 06, 06:30 PM
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Andre
September 9th 06, 10:38 PM
fred wrote:
> "Topaz" > wrote in message
> ...
> >
> >
> > A large amount of what has been written about Hitler and Nazi
> > Germany has been particularly subject to the pressure of political
> > correctness: a good example is the story of 1936 Olympics and the
> > Black American athlete Jesse Owens."
> >
> > Here is an excerpt from a book my friend fished out of the Internet:
> >
> > The 1936 Olympics The story most repeated about Hitler and the 1936
> > Olympic Games in Berlin,
> > which were unquestionably put on as a political showcase for Nazi
> > Germany, is that Hitler refused to shake the hand of the American
> > Black athlete Jesse Owens after the latter had won a race.
> >
> > In reality what happened was that Hitler personally attended the first
> > day of the track and field competition on 2 August 1936, and did
> > personally congratulate the German athlete Hans Woellke, who became
> > the first German to win a gold medal in the Olympics since 1896.
> >
> > Throughout the rest of the day, Hitler continued to receive Olympic
> > champions, German and non-German, in his VIP box.
> >
> > The next day, 3 August, the chairman of the International Olympic
> > Committee, Comte Baillet-Latour, approached Hitler early in the
> > morning and told the German leader that he had violated Olympic
> > protocol by having winners paraded to his box.
> >
> > Hitler apologized and gave an undertaking that he would from then on
> > refrain from publicly congratulating any winners, German or otherwise.
> > During this day, Owens won his gold medals - and in line with the
> > Olympic Committee's ruling, Hitler did not shake his hand, or anybody
> > else's for
> > that matter, at the games again. It is therefore utterly false to
> > claim that Hitler deliberately chose to
> > ignore Owens. In fact, in the very autobiography that the Encarta
> > Encyclopedia extract refers to, The Jesse Owens Story, Owens himself
> > recounted how Hitler had stood up and waved to him: "When I passed
> > the Chancellor he arose, waved his hand at me, and I waved back at
> > him. I think the writers showed bad taste in criticizing the man of
> > the hour in Germany."
> >
> > Another common story about the 1936 Olynpic games is that Owens'
> > victory "disproved the Nazi master race theory" - in fact the Olympic
> > games as a whole were won by the German team with 89 medals, compared
> > to the 56 medals won by the second placed USA team.
> >
> > In what was to become an act of extreme irony, the American president
> > of the time, Franklin D. Roosevelt, then involved in an election and
> > concerned about the reaction in the USA's southern states, refused to
> > see Owens at the White House: Owens was later to remark that it was
> > Roosevelt, not Hitler, who snubbed him.
> > =====
> >
> > Thought for the Day:
> > "It's interesting to see a photo of the French contingent entering
> > the Olympic arena behind the French flag, and every one of them is
> > giving Hitler's private box the National Socialist salute."
> > (Letter to the Zundelsite)
> > ____Information about Ingrid Rimland's historical trilogy,
> > "Lebensraum!",
> > seized at the Canadian border for being "politically incorrect", may
> > be
> > found at: http://www.lebensraum.org/ir.html
> >
> > http://www.nationalvanguard.org http://www.natvan.com
> > http://www.thebirdman.org http://www.ihr.org/
>
> Owens said he was treated better in Nazi Germany then he was in the USA.
>
> Fred

No surprise there.

Andre