Charles Bremner

Paris Correspondent, Times of London

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Paris Correspondent for the Times of London

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What was started by Hitler's Nazi regime at the 1936 Olympics has morphed into an international symbol of unity and good will.

The Olympic Torch: Down and Out in Paris and London

What was started by Hitler's Nazi regime at the 1936 Olympics has morphed into an international symbol of unity and good will.

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