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Roderich Fick

Full name: Roderich Fick
Gender: Male
Born: November 16, 1886 in Würzburg, Bayern, Germany
Died: July 13, 1955 in Munich, Bayern, Germany
Country: GER Germany
Sport: Art Competitions


Roderich Fick was an architect and professor at the Technical University of Munich. His brother Roland died in 1916 during World War I in a French military hospital. Roderich served in the then German colony of Cameroon, but was also interned for three years. During the Third Reich he initially became one of the favorite architects of Nazi chancellor Adolf Hitler, and was one of the busiest architects on the Obersalzberg, Hitler’s favorite residence, until his tensions with Hitler's secretary Martin Bormann led to a split. After World War II he was suspended from his services and, in 1946, was convicted by the Munich Tribunal of lesser offenses. In 1948, however, he was finally classified by the Starnberg Tribunal as a follower and beneficiary of the Nazi regime. In 1954 he was retired on a pension.


Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1936 Summer 49 Berlin Art Competitions Mixed Architecture, Unknown Event Germany GER AC

Mixed Architecture, Unknown Event

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank Title
1936 Summer 49 Berlin Art Competitions Germany Final Standings AC Ernst-Sachs-Bad in Schweinfurt
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