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WP117 | Globalization and international relations: the Olympic Movement and European Integration
WP053 | Politics and the Olympics: some new dimensions
Ministry of Popular Enlightenment and Propaganda and the Nazi Olympics of 1936
Paper given at the International Symposium for Olympic Research (Ontario, 1998) describing the use of the Berlin 1936 Games in terms of propaganda. The inner-workings of the propaganda came from the influence...
IOC and the world of independence
Donald Macintosh; Michael Hawes
Paper given at the First International Symposium for Olympic Research (Ontario, 1992) describing the role of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in international politics during the last decades...
UN General Assembly Resolutions on the Olympic ideal
Section at the United Nations (UN) Sport for Development and Peace website providing access to those resolutions regarding the Olympic ideal since October 1993 and explaining all decisions made and their...
Olympic Boycotts: In Propaganda War, Refusing to Play Is a Risky Move
Section at the CNN Cold War website on the Olympic boycotts for the Moscow 1980 and Los Angeles 1984 Olympic Games. The article is integrated with commentary from U.S. qualified distance runner Dick Buerkle...
Nazi Olympics: Berlin 1936
Holocaust Memorial Museum de Washington
Online version of the exhibition created by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington from July 1996 to June 1997. “The exhibition explores the issues surrounding the 1936 Olympic Games...
Olympic Movement as an Example of the Interdependence of Sport and Politics
Paper presented at the 7th IOA International Postgraduate Seminar on Olympic Studies (1999) analysing the structure of the Olympic Movement, the relationship between sport and politics and an in depth...
Politics and the Olympics: Some New Dimensions
Conference paper analysing the relationship between politics, the Olympic Games and the Olympic Movement. The main focus of this paper is on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the macro-political...
Leni Riefenstahl's "Olympia" : Brilliant Cinematography or Nazi Propaganda?
Robert C. Schneider & William F. Stier
Journal article on the film Olympia directed and produced by Leni Riefenstahl for the Berlin 1936 Olympic Games and the much debated question as to whether or not it can be considered Nazi propaganda....