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Klaus Junge vs Emil Joseph Diemer
XVII.cr tournament o (1942)
King's Gambit: Accepted. Schallop Defense (C34)  ·  1-0
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May-25-08
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  lost in space: Normally I try to sepate privat /political things from chess. But here I have to say, that I am very happy, that Junge was able to beat Diemer.

Diemer was promoting during this dark time in Germany the special german chess - in oppsosit to the jewisch chess. He named Steinitz and Lasker vermins; there chess is - accoring to Diemer - passive, safe and craven - in oppsoite to the risky, active and brave german chess.

Even though the morality of Junge can be questioned (member of Waffen SS) - here my sympathy is on Junge's side

May-25-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: Some interesting sources: http://www.ewetel.net/~heike.focken... www.kwabc.org/Home/Diemer/Diemer-Artikel.pdf
http://www.belkaplan.de/chess/bdg/d...
May-25-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  lost in space: <whiteshark> I know the first article, the 3rd was new for me (eventhough the content was fitting with what I know).

I can not open the second link. Can you please check?

Muchos gracias

May-25-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: <lost> Please, have a try here... http://74.125.39.104/search?q=cache...
May-26-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  lost in space: <white> this is working, thanks.
May-16-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  dernier loup de T: We may notice that the racist hate is never associated with veritable chess genius; an other example is Franz Gutmayer; of course, i must recognize that Alekhine and Fischer (maybe Bogoljubov too?) are unpleasant exceptions; but Fischer at least was mentally ill... Lets remember too the ignominious attitude of the austrian authorities against Max Judd in 1894 if I remember well; and my opinion is we have to be thankful to the american government at this shameful time, for not surrendind, BEFORE began the dirty Dreyfus affair in France; sorry for my bad english, I am ... french... french but nor Jew nor Jewhater!... To love chess is enough for me, even, I am just a patzer, but adoring Lasker for instance as well as person and as player; what an example of great humanity, and not only chess genius... I will love Lasker until I will die; and thankful to him because all his qualities included a deep and shared love for his wife; sorry for this last point, Knigt 13, mousie, I forgive you not to like women, but only because i feel you cute; and it's not ONLY a joke...
May-17-16  aliejin: In the first part of the century
20, anti-Semitism was something very
very frequent. It was a cultural problem
more than individual.
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