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May 04, 2006
A visitor walks inside the Langemarckhalle (Langemarck hall) during the opening of the new documentary...
Berlin, Germany
A visitor walks inside the Langemarckhalle on the Olympic grounds in Berlin
A visitor walks inside the Langemarckhalle (Langemarck hall) during the opening of the new documentary exhibition at the Olympic stadium in Berlin May 4, 2006. The stadium was originally a racing track for horses. It was transformed into a stadium for the 1916 Olympic Games which were due to be hosted in Berlin but cancelled for war reasons. The stadium was then redesigned in 1936 by architect Werner March under Nazi regime for the XI Olympic Games. The Langenmarck myth has its origins in the First Battle of Ypres in 1914 as a glorification of the presumed heroic self sacrifice of German infantry, composed mostly of young volunteer students, in a failed military offensive against Britain near the Belgian village of Langenmarck. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
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