Heinrich Elbogen was an Austrian sports shooter. He competed at the 1912 Stockholm Olympics in three running deer events. He finished an unfortunate fourth in the single shot with the Austrian team, and was seventh in the individual competition and 16th in the double shot.
Elbogen was born in Paris to a wealthy Jewish family involved in the banking business. His father became President of the Anglo-Austrian Bank in Vienna, and the family lived in a country estate, Schloss Thalheim, at Lower Austria. During World War I, Elbogen was taken prisoner by the Russians in 1916 and kept in captivity in Siberia for four years. He wrote a book about his war experiences called Friedensgedanken eines Heimkehrers (Thoughts of Peace from a Returnee).
|Games||Discipline (Sport) / Event||NOC / Team||Pos||Medal||As|
|1912 Summer Olympics||Shooting||AUT||Heinrich Elbogen|
|Running Target, Single Shot, Men (Olympic)||7|
|Running Target, Single Shot, Team, Men (Olympic)||Austria||4|
|Running Target, Double Shot, Men (Olympic)||16|