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THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ONE TEAM SOLUTION
How the IOC was able to Implement its Policy
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1965 IOC session actors Avery Brundage Collection Berlin Wall Brundage's Cold cooperation Correspondence Daume to Avery East and West East German NOC East German sport Eastern bloc Espy flag FRG's NOC GDR's NOC German Democratic Republic German question Germany from Partition Guttmann Hallstein Doctrine Heinz Schobel History Ibid ideal implement important influence International Federations International Olympic Committee international sport international system IOC Archives IOC decisions IOC members IOC policy IOC recognition IOC rules IOC was able IOC's Kenneth Garrett Lausanne legitimacy Letter from Avery Letter from Heinz Minutes Modern Games National Olympic Committee October 1965 IOC Olympic Games Olympic Movement one-team policy Ostpolitik Otto Mayer Partition to Reunification policy void political realities President Brundage recognize the GDR Reel 72 refused role of transnational Schobel to Avery Senn significant simply sovereignty superpowers transnational organizations Ulbricht united German team united team policy USSR Walter Ulbricht Willi Daume