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Theodor Heilbronner
  
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Years covered: 1907


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THEODOR HEILBRONNER
(born Jul-11-1882, died Aug-27-1967, 85 years old) Germany (federation/nationality Israel)

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He was born in Augsburg and died in Jerusalem.

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. M Kuerschner vs T Heilbronner  1-0281907Winter tournamentC26 Vienna

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Jul-12-13  thomastonk: When I joined the "Bayerischen Schachbund" (Bavarian Chess Association) in 1907, his profession was merchant. Around this time Eduard Dyckhoff and Heilbronner were the best players in Augsburg, but Heilbronner moved away around 1907/1908.

His name appears on a list of denaturalized persons on August 13, 1938.

Jul-12-13
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  whiteshark: <thomastonk> On whose said-so?
Jul-12-13  thomastonk: When HE joined ... . Sorry.
Jul-12-13  thomastonk: <whiteshark: On whose said-so?> Mine, of course. I've seen several of their results. Maybe Richard Buz would have joined them, but it seems that he was inactive for a while. It would be interesting to see what the club chronicle has to offer or the newspapers in Augsburg.
Jul-12-13
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  whiteshark: Die Wiener Schachzeitung berichtet 1907 auf den Seiten 331+332 über den 1. Schachkongreß des neugegründeten Bayerischen Schachbundes in München.

Heilbronner spielt im zweigliedrigen Haupturnier mit und gewinnt die Partie um den 5. Platz gegen Kürschner.

http://anno.onb.ac.at/cgi-content/a...

Jul-12-13  thomastonk: <whiteshark> This report from the WSZ is possibly based on the more extensive report in "Süddeutsche Schachblätter" 1907, p 197-200 (see also the next report in the WSZ from Nuremberg, where this source is named). Dyckhoff and Heilbronner are mentioned as the only players from Augsburg, but that's a little bit surprising, because Max Kürschner was in 1907 a member of the Augsburg Chess Club, too.

"Süddeutsche Schachblätter" reports regularly from the Augsburg Chess Club, e.g. in 1908, p 17, it is mentioned that Kürschner, Heilbronner and a third player moved away.

I am curious to know whether someone can find the reason for Heilbronner's denaturalization.

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