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Essay heading: 1936 Nazi Olympics
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Date added: December 21, 2007
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During this time Germany's sports program was almost non existent, the only countries they competed with were there World War One allies and this was only sparingly. During this time the Weimar Republic was beginning to rebuild itself in the eyes of the world and the International Olympic Committee met in 1933 to decide who would be granted the 1936 games they only had two proposals one from Spain and one from Germany...
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At this time most of the world was mired in a deep depression and Germany was more confident about their economic situation that the rest of the world because many of the National Socialists plans were working. The main reason the Germans were awarded the games was because they already had most of the buildings and equipment built from their preparations for the 1916 Olympics...
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