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Chess Personalia

A Bibliography

505 Seiten, kartoniert, McFarland, 2005

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First published in 1987 to rich international acclaim, Gaige's Chess Personalia , an invaluable resource for researchers, is available for the first time in a softcover format.

There are around 14.000 entries, each offering full name, date and place of birth and death, FIDE title, country of citizenship and citations to mentions in the world's media. Name variants are cross-referenced.

Jeremy Gaige, well-known chess archivist and journalist, lives in Philadelphia.

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Gewicht 720 g
Hersteller McFarland
Breite 15 cm
Höhe 22,8 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2005
Autor Jeremy Gaige
Sprache Englisch
ISBN-10 0786423536
ISBN-13 9780786423538
Seiten 505
Einband kartoniert

viii Acknowledgments

ix Introduction

xv Abbreviations of Bibliographical Sources

xxi Abbreviations of Nations and States

1 The Biobibliography

483 Appendix: Index to Obituaries in the British Chess Magazine , 1881-1986

Chess Personalia: A Bibliography is an original reprint from the library bound edition of 1987 written by the well known chess archivist Jeremy Gaige. This heavy weight from over 500 pages has over 14000 entries, where each entry offers full name, date and place of birth and death, FIDE title, country of citizenship and citations to mentions in the world’s media. Included is a abbreviations of bibliographical sources and an appendix with the obituaries from The British Chess Magazine that could be found from its origin 1881 till the year 1986. Although this work is not updated it is still a monumental work and indispensable for chess researchers. Jeremy Gaige has set-up in this book the standard for historical chess research and it certainly belongs to the life work of this man but did this book not deserve a hard cover? Conclusion: A great collectors item!

With kind permission of the author John Elburg (www.chessbooks.nl)