Full name: Andreas Ernst Gustav Walter Bartram
Born: April 21, 1893 in NeumÃ¼nster, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Died: September 29, 1971 in Latendorf, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Affiliations: Hamburger Polo Club, Hamburg (GER)
After graduating from Freiburg University in economics and law, Walter Bartram joined an oil mill in LÃ¼beck and between then and after the war, he spent his entire working career in the oil industry. Bartram was a right-wing politician, before and during the World War II when he was a member of the DVP (Deutsche Volkspartei), then joined the Nazi Party. After the war, he was elected Prime Minister of Schleswig-Holstein for the CDU (Christlich Demokratische Union) in 1950. Because of his membership in the Nazi party he had to resign in 1951 but was still unchallenged until 1957 as a member of the German Bundestag, the lower Parliament. At the 1936 Olympics he played as the back in Germanyâs two matches; the 8-8 draw with Hungary and subsequent 16-6 defeat in the replay. In 1952 Bartram was the Chairman of the German Olympic Association for NeumÃ¼nster in Schleswig-Holstein.
|1936 Summer||43||Berlin||Polo||Germany||GER||Group B||Match #1||1T||1936-08-04||HUN 8, GER 8|
|1936 Summer||43||Berlin||Polo||Germany||GER||Group B||Match #1 Replay||2||1936-08-06||HUN 16, GER 6|