The German Handball Association ( German: Deutscher Handballbund) ( DHB) is the national Handball association of Germany. DHB organizes team handball within Germany and represents German handball internationally. The association has been a member of the International Handball Federation (IHF) since 1950, and also of the European Handball ...
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The Wurttemberg Handball Association had”submitted a request for the entire DHB presidency to be replaced by four of the five largest national associations”. The presidents of the national associations pointed out that the election proposal for the new DHB president “should not come from the ranks of the current vice presidents”.
1955 West Germany. 1959 Austria. 1966 Austria. 1963 Switzerland. The Germany national handball team is one of the most successful handball teams in the world, having won three World Championships and two European Championship .
Fritz Fischer, an archivist for the German Handball Association, believes Germany's often rainy and cold climate led to the shift indoors. "Other countries just ignored us back then as field ...