This was part of a set with more records (I don't recall how many} in a 10" + square book with great photos, though the Jesse Owens events are downplayed. It is now at Yale's Hitorical Sound Recordings collection.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Roger and Allison Kulp" <thorenstd124@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2008 1:03 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] OK 78 People.Ever seen this before ? Telefunken Nazi Olympics records.
Thanks I wasn't sure how to do that.But does anybody here know anything about this Telefunken Olympics set from 1936.I assume it was some sort of propaganda set,but it is a new item to me.
David Lennick <dlennick@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: Actually, all you have to do is cut off the link after the 12-digit number to
shorten any eBay link, like zo:
George Brock-Nannestad wrote:From: Patent Tactics, George Brock-Nannestad
Hello, Don Tait wrote:
This is worthless. Pointless. I could type in five, six, or seven lines of
gibberish code too. Ridiculous.
Who cares? Speak English. What is it about?
----- if you copy and paste once per line, you get a very long URL. There may
be easier ways, but that is what I did. Roger Kulp had referred us to a
German eBay site where two recordings (out of ??) that belonged to a
commemorative book on the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin were/are for sale. We
would hear finals in rowing, etc., if we bought into this, off the air from
the Olympics transmitter. The book and the rest of the records are not there.
The Germans were quite strong in this field of records illustrating books in the 1930s.
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