|Type||Competed in Olympic Games|
|Full name||Albert Miklós•Bogen (-Bogáthy)|
|Other names||Albert Nicolaus Bogen II|
|Born||31 October 1882 in Kikinda (SRB)|
|Died||14 July 1961 in Budapest (HUN)|
|Affiliations||Honvéd Tiszti Vívó Klub, Budapest (HUN)|
After finishing school, Albert Bogen chose a military career and learned to fence there. As a colonel in the Army of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, he participated with the Austrian sabre team at the 1912 Stockholm Olympics, where he won a silver medal in team event. After the disintegration of the Monarchy, as an athlete of the Magyar Tiszti Vívó Club, he participated at the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics as a member of the Hungarian national team, where he competed in épée team event. At the European Military Officers’ Championships held in The Hague in 1927 and in Budapest in 1929, he was a member of the Hungarian officers sabre team that took first place.
Not only an outstanding fencer, Bogen was also successful in other sports as a military officer. In 1914, as a sprinter, he entered the garrison competition, and the same year he was the goal-keeper of the officers team in football. In 1931 he changed his name to Bogáthy. His daughter, Erna Bogen was the wife of Aladár Gerevich, a seven-time Olympic champion, and participated in three Olympic Games (1928 - Amsterdam; 1932 - Los Angeles; 1936 - Berlin) in the women’s foil, receiving a bronze medal in Los Angeles.
|Games||Discipline (Sport) / Event||NOC / Team||Pos||Medal||As|
|1912 Summer Olympics||Fencing||AUT||Albert Bogen|
|Sabre, Individual, Men (Olympic)||DNS p2 r2/4|
|Sabre, Team, Men (Olympic)||Austria||2||Silver|
|1928 Summer Olympics||Fencing||HUN||Albert Bógathy|
|Épée, Team, Men (Olympic)||Hungary||3 p6 r1/4|