Walter Robinow (15 August 1867 – 15 July 1938) was a German chess functionary and organizer.
In 1908, he became President of the Hamburg Chess Club ( Hamburger SK ), and was a hand organizer of the Hamburg 1910 chess tournament (the 17th DSB Congress ).  In 1914 he was appointed Vice President of the German Chess Federation (DSB). After World War I , he was a fifth Präsident des Deutschen Schachbundes (DSB) from 1920 to 1933.  Among others, he had organized the 24th DSB Kongress at Breslau 1925, the first international congress after the war.
In April 1933, due to Nazi Machtergreifung , Robinow had to resign his chairmanship of the German Schachbundes and the Hamburger Schachklubs , because of his Jewish origin. 
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