Table tennis world championship 1934
the 8. Table tennis world championship found of 2. to 10. December 1933 in Paris (France) in the hall Marbeuf in the proximity of the Avenue of the Champs Élysées instead of. It applied to the season 1933/34.
For political reasons the German Herrenmannschaft did not participate in this world championship. Oneit feared that „the superior nordische race could disgrace itself “approximately „inferior peoples “. Also one criticized the fact that the best German table tennis player - who Greek Nikita Madjaroglou - not in Germany was born. The influence of the national socialism is here indeterminable.
But convinced the German ladies fill. For the first timethe world championship for lady crews was delivered. Germany at first attempt became first. Also in the lady single the German Astrid occupied cancer brook the 2. Place.
With the gentlemen twelve crews began. For the first time with it were the Netherlands, Poland and Switzerland. Likewise under the participants were Latvia, and as only not-European country India. Hungary crew world champion became again.
In the gentleman single Victor Barna got itself the title for the fourth time. With Marie Kettnerova from Czechoslovakia wins for the first time a not Ungarin the world championship in the lady single.
- ways of the anti-Semitic tendency inSome Hungarian players their German sounding names changed Hungary into Hungarian sounding names:
- Tibor Hazi was called before Hoffmann
- Victor Barna developed from Gyozo brown
- for Istvan Kelen was called small ( was missing with these WM) Hilde
- bus man participated before only in the individual competitions.
|Crew Mr.||1.||Hungary (Victor Barna, Laszlo Bellak, Leopold David, Tibor Hazi, Miklos Szabados)|
|2.||Austria (Alfred dearest one, Erwin Kohn, Karl Sediwy)|
|3.||Czechoslovakia (old-smell Blecha, Miroslav Hamr, Ervin Kohn, Stanislav Kolar, Karel Svoboda)|
|Poland (Simon Pohoryles, Alex Ehrlich, Hillel)|
|Crew ladies||1.||Germany (Anita Felguth philosopher, Annemarie Haensch, Astrid cancer brook, Mona Mueller elm)|
|2.||Hungary (Anna Sipos, Maria Mednyanszky, Magda Gal)|
|3.||Czechoslovakia (Jozka Veselska, Marie Smidova Masakova, Marie Kettnerova)|
|Mr. Einzel||1.||Victor Barna - HUN|
|2.||Laszlo Bellak - HUN|
|3.||Miklos Szabados - HUN|
|Tibor Hazi - HUN|
|ladies single||1.||Marie Kettnerova - TCH|
|2.||Astrid cancer brook - GER|
|3.||Dora Emdin - CLOSE|
|Magda Gal - HUN|
|Mr. Doppel||1.||Victor Barna/Miklos Szabados - HUN|
|2.||Sandor Glancz/Tibor Hazi -HUN|
|3.||Miloslav Hamar/Kohn - TCH|
|Istvan Boros/Bela Nyitrai - HUN|
|ladies double||1.||Maria Mednyanszky/Anna Sipos - HUN|
|2.||Anita Felguth philosopher Astrid cancer brook - GER|
|3.||Hilde bus man - GER/Magda Gal - HUN|
|Marie Kettnerova/Marie Smidova Masakova - TCH|
|Mixed||1.||Miklos Szabados/Maria Mednyanszky - HUN|
|2.||Victor Barna/Anna Sipos - HUN|
|3.||Laszlo Bellak - HUN/Kathleen Berry - CLOSE|
|Stanislav Kolar/Marie Smidova Masakova - TCH|
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