Friedrich von Stülpnagel
|Olympic medal record|
|Competitor for Germany|
|Bronze||1936 Berlin||4x400 metre relay|
Stülpnagel was born in Lichterfelde in the German capital of Berlin. He was the son of Ferdinand Wolf von Stülpnagel (1873–1938) and Martha von Wietersheim (1885–1959), herself the daughter of Joseph Azarian and the granddaughter of Osmer Abner Bingham of Boston, MA. Ferdinand Wolf von Stülpnagel was chamberlain of the court administration of the Crown Prince.
In Munich on 26 May 1939, Stülpnagel married Dagmar Reinhard (born 25 January 1919), the daughter of Major Hugo Reinhard and Ella Lucke. The marriage ended in divorce in Freiburg on 25 March 1947. Reinhard later married the factory owner Horst Gütermann (born 19 June 1922 in Freiburg).
In Geisenheim on 22 May 1947, Stülpnagel married the Geisenheim native Lucia Luise Gräfin von Ingelheim gen. Echterin von und zu Mespelbrunn (25 December 1917 – 3 June 1958). Lucia Luise was the daughter of Philipp Rudolf Graf von Ingelheim, Archchamberlain of the Duchy of Nassau, and Leopoldine Schenk Gräfin von Stauffenberg.
Stülpnagel competed for Nazi Germany in the 1936 Summer Olympics held in Berlin in the 4x400 metre relay where he won the bronze medal with his team mates Helmut Hamann, Harry Voigt and Rudolf Harbig. He also started for the sports club MSV Wünsdorf; in his matches he was 1.87 metres tall and weighed 70 kilograms.
- This article incorporates information from the revision as of April 18, 2007 of the equivalent article on the German Wikipedia.
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