Remembering the terror attack on the 1972 Munich Olympic Games
26 August 2022 | 11:54 am
Eleven Israeli athletes and a policeman were assassinated by Palestinian terrorists during the Olympic Games that began in Munich on August 26,1972. Germany is still struggling to come to terms with the events.
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