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As a child Helen loved to run, jump and climb. She also had to work hard on the family farm. Burton Moore knew how to train athletes for track and field events and when he discovered how fast Helen could run he decided to help make her dream come true.
In , Helen was fifteen years old and nearly six feet tall. Coach Moore clocked Helen running the 50 yard dash. Her time was 5. This time actually tied the world record held by Elizabeth Robinson.
Louis for her first official race. She beat Stella in the 50 meter dash at 6. During the voyage, Stephens received letters asking her not to compete.
But she ignored these issues that she considered political, because she wanted to fulfill her responsibilities as an athlete.
On August 4, , 18 year old Helen Stephens set the Olympic World record for the meter event at Her record stood for 24 years until Wilma Rudolph beat it in the Olympics.
On August 9th, Stephens was the anchor in the meter relay team that set a World Record time of She received a gold medal for each event.
Stephens had fulfilled her childhood dream. She was the fastest woman runner in the world. Upon returning from Berlin she and Jesse Owens headlined a tour before Stephens moved on to play professional basketball and softball.
She competed later in more than races winning every one of them. She continually engaged in various sport activity for the rest of her life.
The vase is somewhat of a mystery. We know that several of them were made up and purchased by the national sport organization on the special orders of the Reichs-sport director Hans Von Tshammer und Osten; it was his intention to award these beautiful cut glass vases to all the gold medal winners but this would have been weeks or months after the games were over.
By this time the blatant anti-German propaganda and demonstrations had reached a fever pitch in the USA. Various ethnic and religious groups beating the drums of discord against Germany were blatantly in evidence, especially since the Fatherland was beginning to be looked at with admiration and awe by so many who were extremely impressed with the showing that Germany and its leaders had made with the games.
No Olympia before this one or afterward would ever be able to match the beauty and excitement of the Berlin presentation. This would not do with certain groups and their venom was both loud and effective.
Thus Jesse Owens and Helen Stephens never went back to claim their laurels or the vase. They would have been highly honored by the N. Government and the German people -- this was assured but who can blame them for not going, when one considers the name calling and vilification they would have had to endure especially in America now that the media was controlled by the agitators who were a small minority but had a powerful strangle hold on media influenced bias.
So, Helen never returned to Germany to receive the vase. How many of the Gold competitors did, we do not know and how the vase dedicated to her that would have contained bright flowers was never presented?
Actually, it was only by luck that our German picker was able to procure it for us. Besides all the great history connected to this piece, you must realize it is also an art piece of great beauty.
The vase stands about 15 inches tall Welt und Olympisher rekord. World and Olympic Record. Amazingly it actually looks like Helen.
The meter race --Gold Medal U. On the back side of the glass is the American flag shield. The vase is, as we emphasize, an art treasure on its own with various geometric patterns of great artistic beauty all throughout the creation.
This was truly a prize that Helen would have adored and would have had great pride in exhibiting with all her other dozens of trophies.
Incredible that after all these years that Germania International, LLC was able to bring it to America where it truly belongs. The collector who manages to procure this one will be equally proud.
It bears the stamp of that organization inside the front cover. The book is in two parts inside -- part 1 has pages and part 2 has 46 pages All the way through the both parts are crisp fine photos in black and white of all the winter events of the greatest Olympics of all time.
Many pictures that bring up the adventures in vivid photography the excitement of the games, there are also maps and charts, lists of the competitors and winners, pictures of Hitler, Göring, Goebbels as they enjoyed all the action.
Hitler arriving in a train during a snowstorm and a great photo of the Fuhrer as he shakes hands with the Olympic president Dr.
The picture is so interesting because it is taken during the snowfall great effect! The book measures 7" x 10" and is in excellent plus condition.
The press corps probably bought the book in order to review it and show it in various magazines and newspapers throughout the Reich.
This is a calendar from , it is still in very good shape and complete. It is filled with great art prints, photos, poems and has songs and histories.
Many are concerning ancient and modern sport but there are also many N. It is a treasure trove of important archival N.
Olympic collectors should be especially interested since we know that the German athletes were preparing for the Olympiad to be held in Berlin. The Olympics of antiquity.
The "KPM" mark inside. The eagle decoration on the "Sports Haus". The Olympic torch arrives. In the fall of , while I was in Berlin and had some time on my hands, I happened to think one day: The greatest thing about that particular visit to the Deutschlandhalle was that I was alone except for two mounted policemen who came along: The officers were practicing professional horseback riding on the sports track.
The weather was wonderful and crisp on that beautiful October day and the feeling within me was of pure historic bliss as I walked all around the Olympic grounds and snapped photos of the buildings and even photographed beautiful statuary left from the Heldenzeit heroic time.
On the wire netting was a sign that exclaimed: In spite of this warning I, as the consummate Germanophile through and through, deemed it justified that I actually had more right to enter than they had the right to exclude me from seeing these wonderful statues.
These sculptures were accomplished in that true realism practiced almost exclusively by artists of the Third Reich. The only other human being that was there anywhere besides the police officers was a man who operated elevator rides to the top of the Glockenturm bell tower.
It even bears the immortal words around the rim calling the youth of the world to Berlin to participate in this ancient ritual event the meaning of which was to promote true peace and brotherhood.
The old, original bell was originally situated on a cement pad in front of the entrance to the Olympic grounds and stadium.
The Deutsches Thingplatz were outdoor theatres built and situated all over the Reich and were erected as much as possible in natural settings with trees, stone, and sometimes bodies of water in certain areas.
The statues that I was able to see that surrounded the stadium were by such masters as Kolbe, who did the decathlon statue; and Josef Wackerle, who sculpted the famous horse being led by the Aryan warrior that we see in so many Third Reich-period books.
You can see this statue in the background of the picture I took of the policemen riding by inside the stadium. The bell weighed 30, pounds and written upon it you could see the noble words: I stood motionless, in deep thought and reverence, looking upon it while thinking: What if that wonderful message were heard today.
What would the reaction be? Would all the high-minded young people left on the earth be as happy as that early jubilant multitude?
Standing there in the Olympic stadium it would have been hard to think thoughts that would be anything other than the wish that true and genuine peace could somehow find the hearts of men, especially brothers.
Now, most of the Olympic grounds have been demolished! Please do not think for a moment that this was done only because the space was needed for the new million-pound conference center to be built there.
No, it was one of the last acts of culture vandalism as perpetrated by evil Orwellian automatons that bear a grotesque hate for anything that stands as a reminder of the Third German Reich and its glories.
After all I am an incurable, unrepentant Germanophile and politically a populist and very proud of the fact!
We let very alien influences make our decisions for us in this day and age. I wonder when and if the American people will finally wake up and realize that the unnecessary war against Europe in which , men of the U.
How can we possibly celebrate this so-called victory? Let a new bell be cast three times as big as this old one and it should ring out the message: I call for peace in the entire world!
This was my first view of the Olympic bell when I visited the Olympia grounds. The crack is very obvious. Other cracks can be seen, as well.
The beautiful, eternal appeal at the base. The German team arrives. Silver Statue by N. Contact Us Please refer to item designator in parentheses in all correspondence.
The American teams arrive. Hitler with foreign press. German champion lifter Gold Medal at Olympics. American lifter at Olympics.
Thank the bearer of the torch. The underside of platform. Torch begins in Greece. The start of the journey.
The torch enters the stadium. The flame is lit. Hitler greets the teams. The German women contestants enter.
Leni's crew at work. Siegrid Eifrig with torch. Carl Diem, mastermind behind games. The Olympic Bell Helen at height of glory!
Olympic set of books. A moment with Jesse Owens. Refers to the "farmer's daugher". Meeting with the Committee President.
This is a huge volume of many copies of the official organ of the XI Olympic Games in in Berlin. Here we have in newspaper style hundreds of pages and thousands of pictures dealing with the greatest of the Games that the world has ever experienced.
This was the NS Olympics and the glorious spectacle reveals in every aspect within these pages. The pages abound with great pictures of opening ceremonies, preparations, jubilant Berlin, and proud and happy Germany.
No book published then or now covers in depth these glorious games as this one does. Jesse Owens, whom the propagandists say Hitler and the Germans snubbed, is shown on several pages.
It would take a very long written narration and seemingly endless photography to give you an idea of how voluminous this archival treasure truly is.
The text throughout the issues is in German, English, and French. There are over pages. This in every sense of the word is a treasure of an archival history of the Olympics.
Here is an extremely rare, boxed relief map of the sports field of the Olympics held in Berlin in In the top of the case that contains the map is a plan or chart that has a paper map with numbered areas designated and corresponding to the various places on the relief map below.
The material used in the relief map is probably Bakelite rather than plastic. In any case, this is a wonderful and historically important find and would certainly be the centerpiece of any good Olympic collection.
This was the Olympiad that historians admit was the greatest of them all. It is a large vase or glass goblet in the finest of cut or pressed glass.
It is stunning indeed! This was obviously a special prize for an Austrian boxer at the Olympic Games. This scene is in genuine cut glass.
At the crown or top of the lid is a beautiful Austrian double-headed eagle also hand cut into the glass.
This was a very special fund that was raised by collection from sports enthusiasts all over the Austrian homeland to enable contestants to travel and be able to afford to stay in the Reichshauptstadt in Berlin, and train for weeks before and during the events.
The fund was also to purchase such prizes as this that undoubtedly were very costly at that time. Something like this probably cost the special fund some real money.
The piece is really beautiful and obviously very important, historically. The boxing competitions were held at Deutschland Hall and attracted the largest entry ever received in all classes from flyweight to heavyweight.
The boxers from Germany and Austria carried off top honors in all classes. This Pokal was undoubtedly a very special prize given with intense pride to one of Austria's sons for exemplary performance and boxing skills.
In the attached images we have placed some colored cloth inside the vase so that you might be able to see the design of the engraved glass more clearly.
In one of the pictures you can see the actual knockout punch as delivered at the Olympics. The famous scene was the design for the picture on the vase; note the similarity.
The German and Austrian boxing contestants are also shown in their specially designed Olympic summer uniforms. This vase is both rare and beautiful and deserves a very special place in a sports museum or fine collection such as yours.
This is an original promotion document on official Reich's award parchment signed in hand by General Field marshal and Supreme Commander of the German Army, Walther von Brauchitsch, who was made marshal in and was the virtual key in Germany's blitzkrieg against the Western powers.
It has the official eagle and swastika seal in a circular wreath of oak leaves. This seal is embossed. The document awards the Rittmeister horse master Rudolf Lippert the elevated rank of major on December 1, The man, now a major, was one of the gold-medal winners at the Olympic Games of in Berlin.
The prestigious equestrian magazine Reiten Saint Georg in the August issue, had an article about German army riders at the Olympics.
In this magazine is a picture of the then Rittmeister Rudolf Lippert with two other German officers on horseback. This picture is from the Olympic Games, and there were entries and winners in the horsemanship contests.
With the grouping of the document and magazine clippings is another page from a book that listed the gold-medal winners and there you will see the name of R.
What this is from, we don't know, but the buyer gets this as well. The grouping is vastly important to the advanced Wehrmacht collector, or even more so to the collector of Olympic articles.
This stein or Krug was the official mug of the organization within the Third Reich dedicated to bringing sports and physical exercise to the German Volk.
His given name is Fredrich Ludwig Jahn. It was Jahn that first developed the famous Turner Verien. Turnen was an old Teutonic word meaning gymnastics.
Read about Father Jahn on the web. The stein has a hole in the upper handle. People always think when seeing this that a lid is missing; however, this is incorrect.
All Krugs were made with the hole and it was there if the buyer wanted to order a lid. Great art deco style. This photo was taken at the Olympics in Berlin, Germany.
The Olympics were the first games that they allowed women. So they called the womens group in each event X group and the men's groups Y groups.
This is a participation medal for the Olympic Long jump was on August 4 at Glossy 16x20 reprint photo of Jesse Owens.
Jesse Owens 16x20 Glossy Photo. A silver version also exists. There is no case. The obverse features the Berlin Olympic bell, on which is the German eagle, holding the Olympic rings.
The obverse displays the outlines of five athletes representing the five participating continents pulling ropes to ring the Olympic bell.
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