Olympic tourists and locals in Munich protesting against the actions of a group of seven Arab terrorists who held eleven members of the Israeli Olympic team hostage. All eleven were killed.
July 05, 2010 Licence
Dayabhai Patel MP with fellow Swatantra party leaders demonstrating outside the Egyptian Embassy in protest against the Palestinian commandos attack on Israeli sportsmen in the Munich Olympic Village.
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A grieving woman weeps over the coffin of one of the victims of the Munich Olympic Village massacre, Tel Aviv, Israel, 7th September 1972.
Sirimer Mohammed Abdullah, Ibrahim Mosoud Badran and Abed Kair Al Dnawly, the three Arab terrorists who broke into the Munich Olympic Village, killed two members of the Israeli team and took nine others hostage, captured after the gun...More
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The Olympic flag at half mast during a memorial for the Israeli athletes killed by the Black September terrorist group at the 1972 Olympics, Munich, 9/6/1972.
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1972 Summer Olympics. An armed police officer on a roof top in the Olympic Village during the crisis, Munich, 5th September 1972
An armed German policeman stands on the roof of a dormitory where members of the Black September terrorist group had earlier captured and were holding a group of Israeli athletes hostage, Munich, Germany, September 5, 1972.
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One of the Black September guerrillas who broke into the Munich Olympic Village, killed two members of the Israeli team and took nine others hostage. Eventually all the hostages were killed after a pitched battle at Munich Airport.
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Olympic Games, Munich, West Germany, September 1972. The bodies of Israeli athletes are flown home from the Munich Games after they were murdered by Arab guerillas who had taken them hostage.
Terrorism, 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, Fuerstenfeldbruck, Germany, pic: September 1972, The bloodstained seats of a West German Border Police helicopter shows the bullet holes, from a shoot out between German forces and Arab...More