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The Daily Show weighs in and uncovers a forgotten logo from the 1936 Berlin Olympics, “Nuzi, the world’s fastest Swastika”. (Link: Unbeige)

The Daily Show weighs in and uncovers a forgotten logo from the 1936 Berlin Olympics, “Nuzi, the world’s fastest Swastika”. (Link: Unbeige)

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