The image above was taken just as Jesse Owens won the 100 meter sprint in the 1936 Summer Olympics (which were held in Berlin that year). Adolf Hitler is third closest to the camera - the expression on his face is one both Disgust and Regret (Disgust being the greater of the two).
Joseph Goebbels (Minister of Propaganda) the man closest to the camera is also displaying a combination of the same two emotions as the German Chancellor - only with Goebbels regret is the greater. The resolution here is too low to discern accurately the expression of Hermann Göring (Second only to Hitler in the German Government is in the white jacket to Hitler's right) - although it appears to be primarily that of regret.
This second image was taken just as American Archie Williams won the 400 Meter Track and Field event. Hitler is closest to the camera with a strong expression of Disgust. Göring is furthest from the camera with a combined expression - primarily with that of Disgust - mixed with secondary Anger.
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