Saar at the Deaflympics

Saar Protectorate, which existed from 1947 to 1956 (German state of Saarland since), a region of Western Germany that was occupied in 1945 by France. As a separate team, Saar took part at the 1953 Summer Deaflympics before Saarland was allowed to rejoin West Germany in 1956. Fifteen competitors took part in the football event in the 1953 Summer Deaflympics in Brussels, Belgium.

Saar at the
1953 Summer Deaflympics
Flag of Saar (1947–1956).svg
IOC codeSAA
in Brussels, Belgium
Competitors15 in 1 sport
Medals
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Summer Deaflympics appearances (overview)

Athletes in the Summer DeaflympicsEdit

  • 1953: Karl Altmeyer, Erwin Christmann, Heinz Finger, Christian Ganz, Herbert Heine, Alois Johann, Alfons Jung, Paul Lohrbach, Walter Meiser, Ottmar Merl, Friedrich Minn, Ewald Schmidt, Karl Schmidt, Karl Steyer, Kurt Trend (Football)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • Deaflympics [1]