|1934 Ilmenau||Men's doubles|
|1935 Krynica||Men's doubles|
|1938 Salzburg||Men's doubles|
|1939 Reichenberg||Men's doubles|
|1937 Oslo||Men's doubles|
|1938 Salzburg||Men's singles|
Walter Kluge was a German luger who competed during the 1930s. He was an active fighter against German fascism and was killed on April, 22nd 1944 in prison in Brandenburg-Görden. He lived in Schmölln (near Altenburg). He won six medals at the European luge championships with four golds (Men's doubles: 1934, 1935, 1938, 1939) and two silvers (Men's singles: 1938, Men's doubles: 1937).
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