The Olympic torch: truths & myths of torch traditions

The 2012 Olympic torch reached its final destination to light the Olympic Cauldron after millions celebrated its journey on its 70 day torch relay.

Dr Aarón Alzola Romero has written about the truth and myths of the torch tradition, including its Nazi origins.  It forms part of the free OpenLearn material within Arts and Humanities: The Olympic torch: the truth.

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