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Munich Terrorism 1972

Ankie Spitzer, widow of the Israeli fencing coach, Andre Spitzer, who was slain by Arab terrorists Sept. 5, surveys the room where the incident occurred at Munich's Olympic Village in West Germany on Sept. 8, 1972. The chalk circles on the wall were made by West German police to trace the impact of the bullets. (AP Photo)

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