Munich Massacre of 1972 Term Paper

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[. . .] Specifically, the terrorists asked for a helicopter to the airport, and for two planes to take them and the hostages to Cairo. After hours of negotiation, the Germans agreed, simultaneously giving their police force orders to kill the terrorists at the airport without harming the hostages.

Upon arrival at the airport, the German sharp shooters unsuccessfully attempted to fulfill their orders, and a gunfight ensued. A terrorist threw a grenade into a helicopter that had hostages in it, killing everyone aboard, and shot and killed the rest of the hostages. Five terrorists and a German police officer were killed in the standoff, and three terrorists were captured alive.

At the end of October, terrorists hijacked a Lufthansa airliner and demanded the release of the three captured terrorists. The terrorists were freed.


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