Australia’s nuclear testing should be Fukushima's red flag - https://www.deviantworld.com/world/environment/australias-nuclear-testing-1956-olympics-melbourne-red-flag-fukushima-2020/

Australia’s nuclear testing should be Fukushima's red flag - https://www.deviantworld.com/world/environment/australias-nuclear-testing-1956-olympics-melbourne-red-flag-fukushima-2020/

Gunhild Larking, Swedish track and field athlete, Melbourne 1956 Olympics

Olympic Fever Gunhild Larking, Sweden’s entry for the high jump, pensively awaiting her turn to compete at the Melbourne Olympic Games,

The mixed fortunes of Melbourne's 1956 Olympic venues, 60 years on | Sport | The Guardian

The mixed fortunes of Melbourne's 1956 Olympic venues, 60 years on

Sixty years on from the Melbourne Games, the venues for the 1956 Olympics have met with differing fates, from beloved icons to bedraggled eyesores

Melbourne's 1956 Olympic Games Swimming Pool. Designed by John and Phyllis Murphy.

Olympic Pool by Kevin Borland, Peter McIntyre, John and Phyllis Murphy. Melbourne, Australia Photograph by Wolfgang Sievers.

1956 Olympic poster - by Richard Beck

Melbourne 1956 Summer Olympic poster - by Richard Beck. Equestrian events were held 5 months earlier in Stockholm, Sweden, due to quarantine regulations in Australia.

50 stunning Olympic moments No7: Hungary v Soviet Union: blood in the water There was much more than a place in an Olympic final at stake when Hungary took on the country that just invaded their own | Hungary's Ervin Zador is escorted from the pool with blood pouring from his cut eye during their 1956 Olympic water polo win over Russia. Photograph: Bettmann/Corbis

50 stunning Olympic moments No7: Hungary v Soviet Union: blood in the water

José ("Chegüi") Torres (May 3, 1936 – January 19, 2009), was a Puerto Rican professional boxer. As an amateur boxer, he won a silver medal in the junior middleweight at the 1956 Olympic Games in Melbourne. In 1965, he defeated Willie Pastrano to win the WBC and WBA light heavyweight championships. In 1997, he was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame.

José ("Chegüi") Torres (May 1936 – January was a Puerto Rican professional boxer. As an amateur boxer, he won a silver medal in the junior middleweight at the 1956 Olympic Games in Melbourne. In he defeated Willie Pastrano to win the W

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