Charles Bremner

Paris Correspondent, Times of London

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Paris Correspondent for the Times of London

Charles Bremner on KCRW

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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