the world of chess For

By: Saidy, Anthony &

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the world of chess For by Saidy, Anthony & Lessing, Norman
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London: Ridge Press Book, 1974. 1.3 kg; 252 pages, including index. The text is illustrated with numerous black-and-white, and colour photographs, some of the photography having been taken by Norman Snyder. No real damage worth reporting. The true story and lively anecdote, it was hoped to trace the romantic origin and development of chess, following its course from India, Persia, and the Muslim empire to continental Europe, England, the Scandinavian countries, Russia and the Western Hemisphere. By highlighting the histories of the great masters and stressing the permanent contribution to the game, the authors wished not only to express their own strong personal admiration but also to provide a practical course of instruction in chess -- instruction without tears. From the introduction. This book weighs more than 1.0 kg packed, and extra postage will be requested for delivery outside Australia. . First British Edition. Red Cloth. Good/Good -- Price Clipped. Illus. by Various. Quarto -- up to 12 " Tall. Chess.

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