1936 Summer Olympics Essay | 1936 Olympics

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1936 Olympics

Summary: Discusses 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin. Examines the Nazi influence on the games. Describes how Hitler believed the games would prove his theories right that his Aryan race was superior to everyone else.
The United States in the 1930's was a country that was just coming into its own. We had broken through the ideas of other nations treating us in disregard because of how young we were. While the United States was a young country, we began to feel a strong sense of nationalism and power as we became more and more respected in a world forum. Much of the power and respect the United States now had was due to our presence in World War I. While we were only in the war for about a year our power as a nation was definitely felt worldwide. It was a time of much growth for the United States. Elsewhere in the world things were not quite as prosperous. Throughout Europe there was much restructuring going on. World War I had ripped it apart and left many countries with almost nothing to...

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