MASSACRE DE MUNIQUE (1972) No evento que marcou o início do terrorismo moderno, com ampla cobertura midiática, o grupo palestino Setembro Negro sequestrou e chacinou 11 integrantes da equipe israelense (e mais um policial alemão) nas Olimpíadas de Munique em 1972, na então Alemanha Oriental. Os atletas morreram em uma tentativa fracassada de resgate pela polícia alemã.

MASSACRE DE MUNIQUE (1972) No evento que marcou o início do terrorismo moderno, com ampla cobertura midiática, o grupo palestino Setembro Negro sequestrou e chacinou 11 integrantes da equipe israelense (e mais um policial alemão) nas Olimpíadas de Munique em 1972, na então Alemanha Oriental. Os atletas morreram em uma tentativa fracassada de resgate pela polícia alemã.

Sep 5 1972 4:30AM to Sep 6 1972 12:04AM Eleven Israeli athletes and coaches killed in Munich massacre

Sep 5 1972 4:30AM to Sep 6 1972 12:04AM Eleven Israeli athletes and coaches killed in Munich massacre

What Happened During the Munich Massacre?: One of the eight Palestinian terrorists comprising the Black September group stands on a balcony of the Olympic Village during a standoff after they kidnapped nine members of the Israeli Olympic team and killed two others on Sept. 5, 1972 in Munich.

What Happened During the Munich Massacre?: One of the eight Palestinian terrorists comprising the Black September group stands on a balcony of the Olympic Village during a standoff after they kidnapped nine members of the Israeli Olympic team and killed two others on Sept. 5, 1972 in Munich.

Munich Massacre: Eleven members of the Israeli team, five Palestinian terrorists and a West Germany policeman died when terrorists broke in the Olympic village

Munich Massacre: Eleven members of the Israeli team, five Palestinian terrorists and a West Germany policeman died when terrorists broke in the Olympic village

Munich massacre

Munich massacre

The emblem of the GSG-9, the German military anti-terror division, created in response to the military's failure in the Munich Massacre, and the handling of the RAF.

The emblem of the GSG-9, the German military anti-terror division, created in response to the military's failure in the Munich Massacre, and the handling of the RAF.

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