List of Olympians killed in World War I

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A total of 143 Olympians are known to have been killed during World War I.[1][2] This includes Hermann von Bönninghausen who died on 26 January 1919, after succumbing to injuries after being shot in the face.[1]

Name CountryA Sport(s) Games Medals Ref
Andrey Akimov  Russian Empire (RU1) Football 1912 Summer Olympics [3]
Gordon Alexander  Great Britain (GBR) Fencing 1912 Summer Olympics [4]
Laurie Anderson  Great Britain (GBR) Athletics 1912 Summer Olympics [5]
William Anderson  Great Britain (GBR) Athletics 1906 Intercalated Games [6]
Henry Ashington  Great Britain (GBR) Athletics 1912 Summer Olympics [7]
Louis Bach  France (FRA) Football 1900 Summer Olympics Silver [8]
Fritz Bartholomae  Germany (GER) Rowing 1912 Summer Olympics Bronze [9]
Béla Békessy  Hungary (HUN) Fencing 1912 Summer Olympics Silver [10]
Isaac Bentham  Great Britain (GBR) Water polo 1912 Summer Olympics Gold [11]
Renon Boissière  France (FRA) Athletics 1912 Summer Olympics [12]
Henri Bonnefoy  France (FRA) Shooting 1908 Summer Olympics Bronze [13]
Hermann Bosch  Germany (GER) Football 1912 Summer Olympics [14]
Jean Bouin  France (FRA) Athletics 1908 Summer Olympics, 1912 Summer Olympics Silver, bronze [15]
Hanns Braun  Germany (GER) Athletics 1908 Summer Olympics, 1912 Summer Olympics Silver (x2), bronze [16]
Karl Braunsteiner  Austria (AUT) Football 1912 Summer Olympics [17]
Kurt Bretting  Germany (GER) Swimming 1912 Summer Olympics [18]
Wilhelm Brülle  Germany (GER) Gymnastics 1912 Summer Olympics [19]
Heinrich Burkowitz  Germany (GER) Athletics 1912 Summer Olympics [20]
Edmund Bury  Great Britain (GBR) Racquets 1908 Summer Olympics Silver [21]
George Butterfield  Great Britain (GBR) Athletics 1908 Summer Olympics [22]
Oswald Carver  Great Britain (GBR) Rowing 1908 Summer Olympics Bronze [23]
Joseph Caullé  France (FRA) Athletics 1912 Summer Olympics [24]
Ralph Chalmers  Great Britain (GBR) Fencing 1908 Summer Olympics [25]
Noel Chavasse  Great Britain (GBR) Athletics 1908 Summer Olympics [26]
Geoffrey Coles  Great Britain (GBR) Shooting 1908 Summer Olympics Bronze [27]
André Corvington  Haiti (HAI) Fencing 1900 Summer Olympics [28]
Percy Courtman  Great Britain (GBR) Swimming 1908 Summer Olympics, 1912 Summer Olympics Bronze [29]
Harry Crank  Great Britain (GBR) Diving 1908 Summer Olympics [30]
Robert Davies  Great Britain (GBR) Shooting 1912 Summer Olympics [31]
Louis de Champsavin  France (FRA) Equestrianism 1900 Summer Olympics Bronze [32]
Georges de la Nézière  France (FRA) Athletics 1896 Summer Olympics [33]
Bertrand Marie de Lesseps  France (FRA) Fencing 1908 Summer Olympics [34]
Ismaël de Lesseps  France (FRA) Fencing 1908 Summer Olympics [35]
Jean de Mas Latrie  France (FRA) Fencing, modern pentathlon 1908 Summer Olympics, 1912 Summer Olympics [36]
Félix Debax  France (FRA) Fencing 1900 Summer Olympics [37]
Alex Decoteau  Canada (CAN) Athletics 1912 Summer Olympics [38]
Oszkár Demján  Hungary (HUN) Swimming 1912 Summer Olympics [39]
Charles Devendeville  France (FRA) Swimming, water polo 1900 Summer Olympics Gold [40]
Joseph Dines  Great Britain (GBR) Football 1912 Summer Olympics Gold [41]
Herman Donners  Belgium (BEL) Water polo 1908 Summer Olympics, 1912 Summer Olympics Silver, bronze [42]
Jimmy Duffy  Canada (CAN) Athletics 1912 Summer Olympics [43]
Hugh Durant  Great Britain (GBR) Modern pentathlon, shooting 1912 Summer Olympics Bronze (x2) [44]
George Fairbairn  Great Britain (GBR) Rowing 1908 Summer Olympics Silver [45]
René Fenouillière  France (FRA) Football 1908 Summer Olympics [46]
Léon Flameng  France (FRA) Cycling 1896 Summer Olympics Gold, silver, bronze [47]
Alfred Flaxman  Great Britain (GBR) Athletics 1908 Summer Olympics [48]
Herbert Gayler  Great Britain (GBR) Cycling 1912 Summer Olympics [49]
Thomas Gillespie  Great Britain (GBR) Rowing 1912 Summer Olympics Silver [50]
Henry Goldsmith  Great Britain (GBR) Rowing 1912 Summer Olympics Bronze [51]
Lajos Gönczy  Hungary (HUN) Athletics 1900 Summer Olympics, 1904 Summer Olympics, 1906 Intercalated Games Silver, bronze [52]
Carl Goßler  Germany (GER) Rowing 1900 Summer Olympics Gold [53]
Jaroslav Hainz  Bohemia (BOH) Tennis 1912 Summer Olympics [54]
Juho Halme  Finland (FIN) Athletics 1908 Summer Olympics, 1912 Summer Olympics [55]
Wyndham Halswelle  Great Britain (GBR) Athletics 1906 Intercalated Games, 1908 Summer Olympics Gold, silver, bronze [56]
George Hawkins  Great Britain (GBR) Athletics 1908 Summer Olympics [57]
Harold Hawkins  Great Britain (GBR) Shooting 1908 Summer Olympics Silver [58]
Cecil Healy  Australia (AUS),  Australasia (ANZ) Swimming 1906 Intercalated Games, 1912 Summer Olympics Gold, silver, bronze [59]
Max Herrmann  Germany (GER) Athletics 1912 Summer Olympics [60]
George Hutson  Great Britain (GBR) Athletics 1912 Summer Olympics Bronze (x2) [61]
Albert Jenicot  France (FRA) Football 1908 Summer Olympics [62]
Walther Jesinghaus  Germany (GER) Gymnastics 1912 Summer Olympics [63]
Ernest Keeley  South Africa (RSA) Shooting 1912 Summer Olympics [64]
Frederick Kelly  Great Britain (GBR) Rowing 1908 Summer Olympics Gold [65]
Paul Kenna  Great Britain (GBR) Equestrianism 1912 Summer Olympics [66]
Alister Kirby  Great Britain (GBR) Rowing 1912 Summer Olympics Gold [67]
Frederick Kitching  Great Britain (GBR) Athletics 1908 Summer Olympics [68]
Adolf Kofler  Austria (AUT) Cycling 1912 Summer Olympics [69]
Georg Krogmann  Germany (GER) Football 1912 Summer Olympics [70]
Nikolai Kynin  Russian Empire (RU1) Football 1912 Summer Olympics [71]
Ivan Laing  Great Britain (GBR) Hockey 1908 Summer Olympics Bronze [72]
Octave Lapize  France (FRA) Cycling 1908 Summer Olympics Bronze [73]
Henry Leeke  Great Britain (GBR) Athletics 1908 Summer Olympics [74]
Erich Lehmann  Germany (GER) Athletics 1912 Summer Olympics [75]
Feliks Leparsky  Russian Empire (RU1) Fencing 1912 Summer Olympics [76]
Georges Lutz  France (FRA) Cycling 1908 Summer Olympics [77]
Wilhelm Lützow  Germany (GER) Swimming 1912 Summer Olympics Silver [78]
William Lyshon  United States (USA) Wrestling 1912 Summer Olympics [79]
Henry Macintosh  Great Britain (GBR) Athletics 1912 Summer Olympics Gold [80]
Duncan Mackinnon  Great Britain (GBR) Rowing 1908 Summer Olympics Gold [81]
Gilchrist Maclagan  Great Britain (GBR) Rowing 1908 Summer Olympics Gold [82]
Leopold Mayer  Austria (AUT) Swimming 1906 Intercalated Games [83]
Alphonse Meignant  France (FRA) Rowing 1912 Summer Olympics [84]
Robert Merz  Austria (AUT) Football 1912 Summer Olympics [85]
Georg Mickler  Germany (GER) Athletics 1912 Summer Olympics [86]
Percival Molson  Canada (CAN) Athletics 1904 Summer Olympics [87]
Alfred Motté  France (FRA) Athletics 1908 Summer Olympics, 1912 Summer Olympics [88]
István Mudin  Hungary (HUN) Athletics 1906 Intercalated Games, 1908 Summer Olympics Silver, bronze [89]
Edward Nash  Great Britain (GBR) Equestrianism 1912 Summer Olympics [90]
Grigori Nikitin  Russian Empire (RU1) Football 1912 Summer Olympics [91]
Charles Oldaker  Great Britain (GBR) Gymnastics 1908 Summer Olympics [92]
Harcourt Ommundsen  Great Britain (GBR) Shooting 1908 Summer Olympics, 1912 Summer Olympics Silver (x2) [93]
Alan Patterson  Great Britain (GBR) Athletics 1908 Summer Olympics, 1912 Summer Olympics [94]
Árpád Pédery  Hungary (HUN) Gymnastics 1912 Summer Olympics Silver [95]
Jacques Person  Germany (GER) Athletics 1912 Summer Olympics [96]
William Philo  Great Britain (GBR) Boxing 1908 Summer Olympics Bronze [97]
Hermann Plaskuda  Germany (GER) Fencing 1912 Summer Olympics [98]
Léon Ponscarme  France (FRA) Cycling 1900 Summer Olympics [99]
Bobby Powell  Canada (CAN) Tennis 1908 Summer Olympics [100]
Kenneth Powell  Great Britain (GBR) Athletics, tennis 1908 Summer Olympics, 1912 Summer Olympics [101]
Reggie Pridmore  Great Britain (GBR) Hockey 1908 Summer Olympics Gold [102]
Joseph Racine  France (FRA) Cycling 1912 Summer Olympics [103]
Thomas Raddall  Great Britain (GBR) Shooting 1908 Summer Olympics [104]
Maurice Raoul-Duval  France (FRA) Polo 1900 Summer Olympics Bronze [105]
Josef Rieder  Germany (GER) Cycling 1912 Summer Olympics [106]
John Robinson  Great Britain (GBR) Hockey 1908 Summer Olympics Gold [107]
Patrick Roche  Great Britain (GBR) Athletics 1908 Summer Olympics [108]
Claude Ross  Australasia (ANZ) Athletics 1912 Summer Olympics [109]
Albert Rowland  Australasia (ANZ) Athletics 1908 Summer Olympics [110]
Maurice Salomez  France (FRA) Athletics 1900 Summer Olympics [111]
Ronald Sanderson  Great Britain (GBR) Rowing 1908 Summer Olympics Gold [112]
Ludwig Sauerhöfer  Germany (GER) Wrestling 1912 Summer Olympics [113]
Heinrich Schneidereit  Germany (GER) Tug of war, weightlifting 1906 Intercalated Games Gold, bronze (x2) [114]
André Six  France (FRA) Swimming 1900 Summer Olympics Silver [115]
Pierre Six  France (FRA) Football 1908 Summer Olympics [116]
Michel Soalhat  France (FRA) Athletics 1906 Intercalated Games [117]
John Somers-Smith  Great Britain (GBR) Rowing 1908 Summer Olympics Gold [118]
Eberhard Sorge  Germany (GER) Gymnastics 1912 Summer Olympics [119]
Alfred Staats  Germany (GER) Gymnastics 1912 Summer Olympics [120]
Jenő Szántay  Hungary (HUN) Fencing 1908 Summer Olympics [121]
Geoffrey Taylor  Canada (CAN) Rowing 1908 Summer Olympics, 1912 Summer Olympics Bronze (x2) [122]
Otto Thiel  Germany (GER) Football 1912 Summer Olympics [123]
Waldemar Tietgens  Germany (GER) Rowing 1900 Summer Olympics Gold [124]
Dragutin Tomašević  Serbia (SRB) Athletics 1912 Summer Olympics [125]
Justin Vialaret  France (FRA) Football 1908 Summer Olympics [126]
Charles Vigurs  Great Britain (GBR) Gymnastics 1908 Summer Olympics, 1912 Summer Olympics Bronze [127]
Hermann von Bönninghausen  Germany (GER) Athletics 1908 Summer Olympics, 1912 Summer Olympics [128]
Bernhard von Gaza  Germany (GER) Rowing 1908 Summer Olympics Bronze [129]
Amon Ritter von Gregurich  Hungary (HUN) Fencing 1900 Summer Olympics [130]
Béla von Las-Torres  Hungary (HUN) Swimming 1908 Summer Olympics, 1912 Summer Olympics Silver [131]
Eduard von Lütcken  Germany (GER) Equestrianism 1912 Summer Olympics Silver [132]
Friedrich Karl, Prince von Preußen  Germany (GER) Equestrianism 1912 Summer Olympics Bronze [133]
Edmond Wallace  France (FRA) Fencing 1900 Summer Olympics [134]
Rudolf Watzl  Austria (AUT) Wrestling 1906 Intercalated Games Gold, bronze [135]
Arthur Wear  United States (USA) Tennis 1904 Summer Olympics Bronze [136]
Arthur Wilde  Great Britain (GBR) Shooting 1908 Summer Olympics [137]
Tony Wilding  Australasia (ANZ) Tennis 1912 Summer Olympics Bronze [138]
Victor Willems  Belgium (BEL) Fencing 1908 Summer Olympics, 1912 Summer Olympics Gold, bronze [139]
Edward Williams  Great Britain (GBR) Rowing 1908 Summer Olympics Bronze [140]
Arthur Wilson  Great Britain (GBR) Rugby 1908 Summer Olympics Silver [141]
Herbert Wilson  Great Britain (GBR) Polo 1908 Summer Olympics Gold [142]
Richard Yorke  Great Britain (GBR) Athletics 1908 Summer Olympics, 1912 Summer Olympics [143]
Heinrich Ziegler  Germany (GER) Fencing 1912 Summer Olympics [144]
Béla Zulawszky  Hungary (HUN) Fencing 1908 Summer Olympics, 1912 Summer Olympics Silver [145]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

A.^ The country the individual competed for at the time.

References[edit]

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