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Friedrich Bethge
Number of games in database: 1
Years covered: 1930

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(born May-24-1891, died Sep-17-1963, 72 years old) Germany

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Friedrich Bethge, born in Berlin, was a problem composer.

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. F Bethge vs Legal 1-0121930BerlinC21 Center Game

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  vonKrolock: F. Bethge
"Denken und Raten" 1931

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Dec-18-18  Damenlaeuferbauer: Very beautiful: 1.Qh1!
1.-,b3 2.Bc8!
1.-,b6 2.Bc8!
1.-,b5 2.Bc8!
1.-,Ka8 2.Kc7
1.-,Ka7 2.Kc7!
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  Jean Defuse: ...

'A surprising end'

F. Bethge v Dr. B.
Frankfurt, 1922

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1. Ng3 a3 2. Kf5 a2 3. Kg6 a1=Q 4. Nf5# 1-0


Friedrich Bethge was a poet, playwright, dramatist and also member of the Nazi Party.


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