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General Government chess championships (Schachmeisterschaft des Generalgouvernements) were Nazi tournaments held during World War II in occupied central Poland. Hans Frank, the Governor-General of General Government, was the patron of those tournaments because he was an avid chess player.The competition began when he organized a chess congress in Krakow on 3 November 1940. Six months later Frank announced the establishment of a chess school under Chess grandmasters, Efim Bogoljubov and Alexander Alekhine.

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  • Schachmeisterschaften des Generalgouvernements
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  • Die Schachmeisterschaften des Generalgouvernements waren Schachturniere, die während dem Zweiten Weltkrieg im besetzten Polen ausgetragen wurden. Hans Frank, Generalgouverneur des Generalgouvernements war Schirmherr dieser Turniere, da er ein begeisterter Schachspieler war. Die Turnierserie begann bei einem Schachkongress in Krakau am 3. November 1940. Sechs Monate später gab Frank die Gründung einer Schachschule mit den Großmeistern Efim Bogoljubow und Alexander Aljechin bekannt.
  • General Government chess championships (Schachmeisterschaft des Generalgouvernements) were Nazi tournaments held during World War II in occupied central Poland. Hans Frank, the Governor-General of General Government, was the patron of those tournaments because he was an avid chess player.The competition began when he organized a chess congress in Krakow on 3 November 1940. Six months later Frank announced the establishment of a chess school under Chess grandmasters, Efim Bogoljubov and Alexander Alekhine.
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  • Die Schachmeisterschaften des Generalgouvernements waren Schachturniere, die während dem Zweiten Weltkrieg im besetzten Polen ausgetragen wurden. Hans Frank, Generalgouverneur des Generalgouvernements war Schirmherr dieser Turniere, da er ein begeisterter Schachspieler war. Die Turnierserie begann bei einem Schachkongress in Krakau am 3. November 1940. Sechs Monate später gab Frank die Gründung einer Schachschule mit den Großmeistern Efim Bogoljubow und Alexander Aljechin bekannt.
  • General Government chess championships (Schachmeisterschaft des Generalgouvernements) were Nazi tournaments held during World War II in occupied central Poland. Hans Frank, the Governor-General of General Government, was the patron of those tournaments because he was an avid chess player.The competition began when he organized a chess congress in Krakow on 3 November 1940. Six months later Frank announced the establishment of a chess school under Chess grandmasters, Efim Bogoljubov and Alexander Alekhine.
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