The undulating shape of the medals was devised by Omer Arbel, a Canadian industrial designer and architect originally from Vancouver.
Fuchs reported that Hitler said to Schuschnigg during the Berchtesgaden [sic] interviews: It makes little difference for our purpose whether he actually spoke these words or not at this particular time as alleged. He believes himself to be an outstanding judge in legal matters and does not blush when he stands before the Reichstag, while speaking to the whole world, and says, Then, too, he believes himself to be the greatest of all German architects and spends a great deal of his time in sketching new buildings and planning the remodeling of entire cities.
The 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games events in Vancouver included curling, figure skating, ice hockey, sledge hockey, short-track speed skating and wheelchair curling.
Speed skating took place in Richmond, while the snowboard and freestyle skiing events were hosted at Cypress Mountain in the District of West Vancouver.
On the reverse, the official name of the Games in English and French, the two official languages of Canada and the Olympic Movement.
Also present are the 2010 Olympic Winter Games emblem and the name of the sport and event concerned.
Fortunately, we have at our disposal a number of informants who knew Hitler well and who have been willing to cooperate to the best of their abilities.