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  1. Jesse Owens died from complications due to lung cancer on March 31, 1980 in Tucson, Arizona. Although words of sorrow, sympathy and admiration poured in from all over the world, perhaps President Carter said it best when he stated: "Perhaps no athlete better symbolized the human struggle against tyranny, poverty and racial bigotry.

  2. Jesse Owens et Paul Neimark, Jesse, autobiographie spirituelle, Le Havre, Foi et victoire, 1980, 223 p. ( ISBN 2-88027-104-5 ) (traduit de l'américain) Maryse Éwanjé-Épée, Jesse, la fabuleuse histoire de Jesse Owens , Paris, José Carlin/Jacques-Marie Laffont Éditions, 2016 , 240 p.

  3. Jesse Owens: The Jesse Owens Story, 1970 „Mein Großvater hat gar nicht erwartet, dass Hitler ihn empfangen oder ihm gratulieren würde. Deshalb konnte ihn Hitler gar nicht beleidigen, sondern nur der Präsident der Vereinigten Staaten, der sich weigerte, ihm zu gratulieren.

  4. 11/08/2009 · Snubbed: American sporting hero Jesse Owens taking gold at the Berlin Olympics in 1936 after Hitler claimed he had been humiliated by a 'sub-human' 'Owens was disappointed,' he said. 'He shook his ...

  5. Death begins to tell the story of the "Jesse Owens Incident," which occurred before Liesel 's arrival on Himmel Street, in 1936, during the Olympics that took place in Hitler 's Germany. Everyone in Germany was amazed at the great African-American athlete Jesse Owens, but Rudy had a special fascination with him.

  6. Jesse Owens South (JOS) Recreation Center 10/02 - 10/08 This fully accessible south campus satellite facility features basketball courts, a table tennis area, free weights, strength training machines and cardio equipment.

  7. 12/09/2022 · Jesse Owens set three world records in less than one hour at Big Ten Finals. With Ohio State, Owens was able to show Michigan what it missed out on. Prior to his record-breaking performance at the ...

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