General Meeting

late Saturday afternoon, 2004-09-18

Evening welcome page 1 / page 2
Book market page 1 / page 2 / page 3 / page 4
Guided tour through the old town centre
General Meeting
Trip to Nuremberg

J. Stigter
Our chairman Jurgen Stigter comments on the first year's results after the foundation of the Ken Whyld Association.

Introduction (pdf file or
Open Office-sxi-file)

Cash statement / Budget 2005 by Hans Engberts and Jurgen Stigter (pdf file or Open Office-sxi-file)

Progress database (pdf file or Open Office-sxi-file)

Our secretary Michael Negele explains the previous operations
and planned book projects to the audience.
Presentation (Powerpoint-ppt-file)

You will find a note on the 2nd edition of Ken Whyld’s
Chess Reader on our page Publications.
For the book project "Chess History in Argentina and the Chess Olympiad 1939 in Buenos Aires" (J. Morgado, Prof. Gomez) please
see this paper (pdf-file).

Kurt Landsberger introduced himself in perfect German to those present and gave a short sketch of the life of Wilhelm Steinitz.

Kurt Landsberger am Rednerpult

Andreas Saremba beim Vortrag
Andreas Saremba presenting very clearly the concept of the database.

Slides relevant to the lecture as
- pdf file or as
- Open Office-sxi-file

FRBR Entity Levels

How to write a chess biography? – Richard Forster with fundamental ideas on writing chess historical works.

You may study the lecture here once again.
Richard Forster trägt vor

Some further photos (6) in our Slideshow IV!

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