Wednesday, October 13, 2010

The Age article on Otto Peltzer, 'father figure of Indian athelitics'

A legacy that keeps running :
"Peltzer's own athletic feats, his persecution for homosexuality under Nazi rule, wartime incarceration in an Austrian labour camp, and ultimately his journey to India and the influence he exerted while living in virtual poverty, are a scriptwriter's dream. Chariots Of Fire played out on green fields and posh school cloisters; Otto's odyssey powers on through dusty streets and concentration camps, never breaking stride."

1 comment:

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