Often the psyche of people is that they see what they want to see. They see a headline or a picture and they will have made up their minds. There is no further need for more details on the background story, they have enough to work with and make up their own story.
For example people will see the picture of Max Schmeling above giving the Nazi salute and they will just assume that Max clearly was a Nazi sympathizer.
Or they see the picture below of Max Shchmeling being warmly received by Adolf Hitler and immediately they will think that Max was one of Hitler’s best buddies and favourite sports man. But on both occasions they could not be much further from the truth.
Truth is that Max Schmeling also saw things but he did not like what he saw and refused to join the Nazi party, which would…
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