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Not the most entertaining in my opinion. I don't know about the historical accuracy.Published 6 months ago by BigBuyer
This was purchased as a gift, my friend loved it, excellent price, fast deliveryPublished 14 months ago by JDuVall
Good Olympic reading book. Basic reading. Lovely cover and dustcover.Published 15 months ago by kop53
well written,with a lot of details about different events. Had a lot on track and field which was of special interest to me.Published 22 months ago by Frank M. Boykin
I enjoy reading about history since my school books were written. Reflecting back on the 1960 Olympics today is thought-provoking, and the research, especially about Wilma... Read morePublished on July 21, 2014 by Pensive Placitan
David Maraniss billed the Rome 1960 Olympics as “The Olympics That Stirred The World”, I echo the sentiments of another reviewer who argued that it was in fact the world that... Read morePublished on May 12, 2014 by Michael Griswold
David Maraniss has jumped from sports to the "real world" during his time as an author, writing books about subjects such as Vince Lombardi, Al Gore, Roberto Clemente and... Read morePublished on February 26, 2014 by WDX2BB
This was a wonderful history of not only the 1960 Olympics but what was occuring in the world during this time period.Published on January 15, 2014 by Sandi Mike