Rudolf Warnholtz

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Rudolf "Tito" Warnholtz (born February 17, 1906 , † January 12, 1993 ) was a German hockey player .

Rudolf Warnholtz played for the Harvestehuder THC . He made his debut in 1934 in the German national hockey team . At the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin, the goalkeeper was only used in the game against Afghanistan, while Karl Dröse was in the German goal in the other games . The German team only lost in the final against the then unbeatable Indian hockey team and won the silver medal. In total, Rudolf Warnholtz played ten international matches from 1934 to 1936.

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  1. ^ List of national hockey players