Person    | Male  Born 24/5/1944  Died 6/9/1972

David Berger

Categories: Sport / Games, Tragedy

Countries: Germany, Israel/Palestine, USA

Weightlifter. Born David Mark Berger in Cleveland, Ohio. He emigrated to Israel, and was chosen to represent the country in their 1972 Olympic team. He was one of eleven members of the Israeli team who were murdered by a Palestinian terrorist group in Munich.

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David Berger

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