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FC Bayern - Eintracht Frankfurt (Meisterschaftsfinale 1932)

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Published on Oct 14, 2012

Bislang unveröffentlichte Ausschnitte aus dem Finale um die Deutsche Fußballmeisterschaft des Jahres 1932 zwischen dem FC Bayern München und Eintracht Frankfurt. Das Spiel fand am 12. Juni 1932 im Städtischen Stadion Nürnberg statt und endete 2:0. Es war der erste Deutsche Meistertitel für den heutigen Rekordmeister und das letzte Meisterschaftsendspiel vor der Machtübernahme durch die Nationalsozialisten.

Das Filmmaterial entstammt dem Nachlass der der vor den Nazis nach New York geflohenen Frankfurter Bildhauerin Erna Weill (1904--1996) und ist beim Leo-Baeck-Institut in New York archiviert. Auf der Video-Plattform »Vimeo« findet sich eine kürzere Fassung des Bildmaterials zum Spiel; dort fehlt aber beispielsweise das Elfmetertor zum 1:0 für den FC Bayern durch Oskar »Ossi« Rohr (weshalb ich mir erlaubt habe, das gesamte vorliegende Rohmaterial zum Spiel zusammenzuschneiden und hochzuladen). Im auf »Vimeo« veröffentlichten Text zu den Videosequenzen heißt es:

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In 1932, FC Bayern München faced Eintracht Frankfurt in the German Championship football match on June 12, 1932 at the Städtisches Stadion in Nuremberg. The game was a repeat of the southern-German title game that spring, in which Eintracht Frankfurt won 2:0. Munich turned the tables on Frankfurt to win their first German title 2:0.

At the time, FC Bayern München's president was Kurt Landauer, a Jewish entrepreneur who had played for the club in his youth. Landauer was a pioneer in the professionalization of German football, which made him and his club a special target for the Nazis, who pursued an explicit policy for the re-amateurization of sports. Forced to resign in 1933 and arrested and deported to Dachau in 1938, Landauer emigrated and spent the war years in Switzerland. In 1947, he returned to Munich for a third tenure as the President of FC Bayern München.

This film, shot on 16mm reels, is in the archival collection of Erna Weill at Leo Baeck Institute. Weill, Erna, (1904-1996) was a sculptor from Frankfurt, Germany who studied with August Rodin and emigrated to New York to escape persecution by the Nazi regime.

The EAD finding aid for the Erna Weill Collection is online at: http://bit.ly/T29M3L

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Einige biografische Angaben zu Erna Weill (zu finden auf der Website des Leo-Baeck-Instituts):

Erna Weill née Helft was born in 1904 in Frankfurt am Main. She studied sculpture with Helene von Beckerath, a student of August Rodin, at the University of Frankfurt. She married the chemist Ernst Weill, and the couple had two children: Peter Weill, born in 1926, followed two years later by Ruth Weill. The family fled Germany in 1936 for Switzerland, and immigrated to the United States in 1937. Erna Weill stayed in the New York City area, where she worked as a sculptor and art teacher. Next to busts of various famous people, her sculptures were connected to the American Civil Rights Movement and the world of Judaism. In addition to working as an art teacher in public schools, she also had her own art school where she applied progressive teaching methods. Erna Weill died in 1996.

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Statistische Daten zum Spiel:

FC Bayern München -- Eintracht Frankfurt 2:0 (1:0)
Datum: 12. Juni 1932
Stadion: Städtisches Stadion, Nürnberg
Zuschauer: 55.000
Schiedsrichter: Alfred Birlem (Berlin)
Tore: 1:0 Rohr (36., Elfmeter), 2:0 Krumm (75.)
FC Bayern München: Josef Lechler -- Konrad Heidkamp, Sigmund Haringer -- Ernst Nagelschmitz, Ludwig Goldbrunner, Robert Breindl -- Josef Bergmaier, Franz Krumm, Oskar Rohr, Hans Schmid, Hans Welker; Trainer: Richard »Dombi« Kohn
Eintracht Frankfurt: Ludwig Schmitt -- Franz Schütz, Hans Stubb -- Rudolf Gramlich, Bernhard Leis, Hugo Mantel -- Fritz Schaller, Theodor Trumpler, Karl Ehmer, Walter Dietrich, August Möbs; Trainer: Paul Oßwald

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