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Krylenko, N. W. Moscow 1935. (Complete!)
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Current price : €65,00
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Location: Sweden
Started: 2017-06-01 01:00:00
Ended: 2017-06-10 19:37:15
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Krylenko, N. W. Moscow 1935.

Vtoroy mezhdunarodnyy shakhmatnyy turnir Moscow 1935. The Second International Chess Tournament Moscow 1935. All 190 games from the tournament with annotations in Russian by the players. Many diagrams. Russian notation. Historical review on previous tournaments. Opening survey. Cross table. Progress table. Game index. Opening index. Botvinnik and Flohr won. 592 pages, 2 leaves. 21,5 cm. Publishers hardback with embossed gilt print on cover. Moscow and Leningrad, Fizkul'tura i Turism, 1936. L/N 5506. Sakharov 500. 

The Russian politician and jurist N. W. Krylenko (1885 - 1938) was a war commissioner in 1917/18, later a commissioner for justice and chief prosecutor of the Supreme Court. He fell victim to the great purge of Stalin. His name and his preface were removed from all still unsold books. Copies of the present work with the preserved name Krylenkos are rare. This copy includes all the "Krylenko parts", which were removed from most copies. Very rare.

Condition: Publishers original hardback. Cover is soiled. Paper yellowed. Minor crack inside at first endpaper. Minor crack inside at the back at the "table of content". VG.

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