Hermann Auf der Heide (hockey player)

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Hermann Auf der Heide ( June 1, 1911 - October 17, 1984 ) was a German hockey player .

Hermann Auf der Heide from TSV Sachsenhausen 1857 won the German championship with his club in 1939 and 1943 . In the years before and during the Second World War , the Frankfurt team led by Karl Dröse and Erich Cuntz and the brothers Hermann and Eberhard Auf der Heide reached the final of the German championship six times.

Hermann Auf der Heide made his debut in the German national hockey team in 1936 . At the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin, the defender was only used in the game against Denmark. The German team only lost in the final against the then unbeatable Indian hockey team and won the silver medal. In total, Hermann Auf der Heide played five international matches from 1936 to 1942.

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Individual evidence

  1. ^ History of the hockey department of TSV Sachsenhausen 1857
  2. ^ List of national hockey players