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whataboutbobbed: “ eleven-year-old Sonja Henie stands with world champion figure skater Gilles Grafstrom at the 1924 Games. Gramstrom won the Olympic gold while Hennie would go on to win the gold in 1928, 1932, and 1936 ”

1936 Berlin Olympics Photograph - German Athletes Carrying the Olympic Flag | by France1978

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The Winter Olympic Games occur once every four years. The first celebration of the Winter Olympics was held in Chamonix, France, in 1924. The original sports were alpine and cross-country skiing, figure skating, ice hockey, Nordic combined, ski jumping and speed skating. The Games were held every four years from 1924 until 1936, after which they were interrupted by World War II. They resumed in 1948.

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1936 Berlin Olympics Photograph - German Olympic Team Marching in the Olympic Stadium in Berlin.

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Haus Deutschen Sport-It boasted a television viewing room, since the 1936 Olympics were broadcast live (mainly to public TV sets)-The Berlin Summer Olympic Games were televised, using both all-electronic iconoscope-based cameras and intermediate film cameras, to Berlin and Hamburg in August 1936. Twenty-eight public television rooms were opened for anybody who did not own a television set. The Germans had a 441-line system on the air in February 1937, and during World War II brought it to…

1936 Berlin Olympics Photograph - Listing Jesse Owens' 100 and 200 Meter Sprint Victories.

Athlete of first winter olympics 1924: Norwegian Sonja Henie finished as eight out of eight in figure skating in Chamonix, France. She was just 11 years old, but would go on to win gold in 1028, 1932 and 1936.

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Ancien boxeur et ancien pilote de chasse de la Grande Guerre, Jo Cavalier, entraîneur de l'équipe française de boxe, a été choisi pour représenter la France aux Jeux Olympiques de Berlin en 1936. Avant de partir, il fait la connaissance de Gabrielle Belcourt une jolie journaliste à qui il fait une cour assidue.

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