Olympics 1936: How the Nazis treated Jewish athletes

Some top athletes were excluded for no apparent reason; others were allowed to start in Berlin in a fake show of Nazi “tolerance.” A new Cologne exhibition explores the fate of 17 Jewish athletes during the Nazi period. Six of the athletes portrayed in the exhibition were killed by the Nazis, nine of the athletes portrayed fled abroad, and some managed to continue their careers in their new homes.

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