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J Zabludowski
  
Number of games in database: 8
Years covered: 1899 to 1914
Overall record: +2 -5 =1 (31.2%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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C11 French (2 games)


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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. K Rosenkrantz vs J Zabludowski  1-04918991st Baltic Chess Congress- MajorC14 French, Classical
2. Robert Behting vs J Zabludowski ½-½3318991st Baltic Chess Congress- MajorD50 Queen's Gambit Declined
3. J Zabludowski vs H Seyboth  0-13318991st Baltic Chess Congress- MajorD31 Queen's Gambit Declined
4. Wilhelm Sohn vs J Zabludowski  1-02518991st Baltic Chess Congress- MajorD35 Queen's Gambit Declined
5. J Zabludowski vs K Behting  1-03218991st Baltic Chess Congress- MajorD08 Queen's Gambit Declined, Albin Counter Gambit
6. Ernst Brasche vs J Zabludowski  1-03518991st Baltic Chess Congress- MajorC11 French
7. Th Mueller vs J Zabludowski  1-02818991st Baltic Chess Congress- MajorC11 French
8. Lasker vs J Zabludowski 0-1211914Simul, 41bB46 Sicilian, Taimanov Variation
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Apr-26-20
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  jameschess: <Zabludowski> was a celebrated chess player.

He was in the Bialystok Ghetto, the Germans entered Bialystok on 27 June 1941.

From everywhere Germans had driven the Jews in the direction of the Great Synagogue, with about eight hundred inside, they set fire to the building. Those who managed to escape from the burning building were shot. Those who resisted being pushed inside were shot.

Until late that day Jews were driven into the burning building, shot on the streets and in their houses.

Among those who died in the burning Synagogue was Zabludowski.

Source
The Holocaust - Martin Gilbert, page 161

https://www.geni.com/people/Zabludo...

Apr-26-20
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  jameschess: Shoah Memorial also known as Holocaust Memorial. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial...
I think about 80%-90% is he. <Isidore (Isydor) G. Zabludowski (1876-1941?/1943?)>
Apr-26-20
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  Tabanus: The celebrated chess player in Bialystok 1941 probably was Aron, see Aron Zabludowski.

<hemy> Where are you, help! :)

Apr-26-20
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  jameschess: <Tabanus> <Aron Zabludowski (1909-1941)> is a chess player. You're right.
Apr-26-20  hemy: <Tabanus> Indeed, it was Aron Zabludowski.

The page of Testimony in Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial museum including also the date of death - June 27, 1941.

https://yvng.yadvashem.org/remote/n...

Apr-26-20
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  Tabanus: <hemy> With father's name Chaim Zvi, and not Isidor.

For those who have all the time in the world, there are online sources such as https://www.wbc.poznan.pl/dlibra/re... and https://polona.pl/.

Apr-27-20
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  Tabanus: https://www.ancestry.com/interactiv... if you can read it is an immigration card for Nicolai Zabludowski dated 2 July 1948. There's a photo, he is arriving from Paris, stateless, single, he is born <25 January 1913 in Moscou>, parents <Isidore e Tzigel Anna>. I now see the 1946 document also says Moscou.
Apr-27-20
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  Tabanus: There's even a third immigration card for permanent residency, dated 2 August 1954, with "Nicolas Zabloudovski", now married, born in Moscow 12 Jan 1913, parents "Isidore e Annie Tsigel".
Apr-27-20
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  Tabanus: More finds:

http://www.francaislibres.net/liste...
http://funag.gov.br/biblioteca/down..., 5 mentions of Nansen refugee passport of Nicolas Zabludowski.
https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.540... (unavailable to me) also mentions him.
https://gw.geneanet.org/bedenis?lan..., he died 27 Jan 2003 in France.

Apr-28-20
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  Tabanus: Just in case, http://resources.huygens.knaw.nl/ra... has
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<Sabludowski, Isidor / 11-09-1876 / Bialystock / Berlijn. Rus. Visumverlening (1925)> Russian visum accepted 1925 in Berlin?
Apr-28-20
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  Tabanus: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial... Esydor Sabludowski, must be new record in variant spellings.
Apr-28-20  hemy: <Tabanus> You did it !!!

Isydor Zabludowski = Isydor Sabludowski.

The name of Zabludowsky was spelled in German language newspapers as Sabludowski in the articles about the first Baltic Chess Congress in Riga, Latvia (then Russian Empire), in 1899:

1899.04.13 Libausche Zeitung p. 2
http://periodika.lv/periodika2-view...

1899.04.14 Rigasche Rundschau p. 4
http://periodika.lv/periodika2-view...

1899.04.15 Rigasche Rundschau p. 3
http://periodika.lv/periodika2-view...

1899.04.17 Rigasche Rundschau p. 4
http://periodika.lv/periodika2-view...

1899.04.17 Libausche Zeitung p. 2
http://periodika.lv/periodika2-view...

Apr-28-20
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  Tabanus: Excellent :)
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Can I now put <Isidor Zabludowski> 29 Aug (Julian: 11 Sep) 1876 - 1943 in the bio? I have not come across any other Isidor candidate.
Apr-29-20
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  jameschess: <Tabanus> 29 Aug - Julian; 11 Sept - Gregorian.

But differences of 1 day compare to calender convert tables in http://5ko.free.fr/en/jul.php?y=1876

10 Sept 1876 <(29 Aug 1876 o.s. Julian)>

<11 Sept 1876> (30 Aug 1876 o.s. Julian)

Acceptable?

Apr-29-20
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  Tabanus: <jameschess> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grego... says 13 days since 1 March 1900, i. e. also in 1943. I hope that's correct :) Anyway, I suppose it's too early to claim it's him both in Riga 1899-1901, Moscow 1914, Berlin 1920 and Paris 1940. It's almost too good to be true.
Apr-29-20
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  Tabanus: Btw what's the evidence that Reshevsky's opponent in Berlin 1920 was <J> (I.) Zabludowsky? Or Aron Zabludowski. What exactly does Kagan's book say.
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Zabludovsky
Apr-30-20
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  Tabanus: Are you good at reading Portuguese?
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http://memoria.bn.br/DocReader/DocR..., Diario de Noticia, 1 Dec 1945 p. 2 has a longer piece about George Zabludowski, a son of <Isidor Gecelovitz Zabludowski> and Ana Lazarevna Zabludowski.
Apr-30-20
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  Tabanus: It's about an application from George to become a Brasilian citizen. It also says he is <engenheiro formado pela escola politécnica de Berlim e exerce a profissão técnica de especialista na elaboração de projetos o efilculos de transofm digo de transformadores e outros aparelhos elétricos> (something like electrical engineer graduated from the polytechnic school of Berlin) and has resided in Brasil since 1936.
Apr-30-20
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  Tabanus: Passenger lists:
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George Zabludowski, b. abt 1911, origin Brasil, arriving in New York 17 April 1950 on board ship "Uruguay", destination Gen. Electr. 570 Lexington Ave. NY.
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George Zabludowski, Brazilian, birthplace Russian, b. 19 August 1910, address Rainha Elizabeth 688 Rio de Janeiro, boarded in Rio on airplane Varig RG 852, landed in New York 20 July 1958, address in the US: 150 East 42nd Street New York, c/o Gen. Elec. Co., Baltimore.
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Same in 1959, landing in New York on 6 May.
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Same in 1960, landing in New york 1960.
Apr-30-20
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  Tabanus: George died in 1991 (late January, apparently 29 Jan) and his brother Nicolas (and wife Nicole) was then still alive. Google transl. from Jornal do Brasil, 31 Jan 1991, p. 1:
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<GEORGE ZABLUDOWSKI (7th DAY MASS) +
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MARIA, ANDRÉ, ZILMA, ALEXANDRE, DANIELA, ALINE, NICOLAS and NICOLE thank the expressions of affection and invite patients and friends to the Mass that will be celebrated on February 5th, 1991, at 7 pm, in the NS Church of Rosario do Lerne, at Rua Gen Ribeiro da Costa n° 164>
Apr-30-20
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  Tabanus: There are Zabludowski's living now in Brasil, and in Facebook.
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There is also a Mexican journalist Karla Zabludovsky who is sometimes reporting from Rio, she has an online e-mail address.
Apr-30-20
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  Tabanus: <George died in 1991 (late January, apparently 29 Jan)>
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26 Jan 1991 according to Brasil death reg. He was married to Maria. Parents Isidor G. and Anna L. Zabludowski.
May-04-20
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  Tabanus: <Isidor Gecelovitz Zabludowski> I suppose "Geselowitz" is the right spelling?
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No more info? The only other Isidor I have seen so far is Dr. Isidor Zabludowski (1850-1906). Of course, the I. (or J.) may stand for other names (Israel, Jacob, etc.), and in Paris 1940 one source even has T. Zabludowski. I'll post a summary list soon.
May-04-20  hemy: <Isidor Gecelovitz Zabludowski>

<Gecelovitz> is representing fathers name.

Getzel is a common Yiddish male's name.
https://www.chabad.org/library/arti...

So it may be Isidor Getzelevich Zabludowski.

May-04-20
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  Tabanus: <hemy> Thanks. Here's a summary so far:
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1876: An <Isidore Zabludowski> was born 29 Aug 1876 in Bialystok (US Holocaust Mus. database)
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1898: An <Isidor Zabludowski, Riga> gets a chess comment printed in Libausche Zeitung 10.04.1898 p. 111
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1899: An <I. (or J.) Sabludowsky (Riga)> plays in the 1st Baltic Chess Congress (Libausche Zeitung 1899.04.17 p. 2)
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1901-1899: A <Stud. J. (or I.) Zabludowski> is a chess player in Riga, incl. the 1899 congress (Baltische Schachblätter)
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1910: An <Isidor Gecelovitz Zabludowski> has a son George b. 19 Aug 1910 in Moscow (Diario de Noticia, 1 Dec 1945 p. 2, etc.)
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1913: An <Isydore/Isidore Zabludowski> has a son Nicolai/Nicolas b. 25 Jan 1913 in Moscow (immigr. cards 1946, 1948 & 1954)
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1914: An <I. (or J.) Zabludowski - Riga> plays against Lasker in Moscow (and not Berlin) (Rigasche Rundschau 29 Nov 1919 p. 5)
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1920: A <Zabludowski> (apparently I. Zabludowski) plays vs Reshevsky in Berlin (Kagan, Das Schachwunderkind, p. 14 (search))
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1935: An <Isidor Sabludowski>, born 11 Sep 1876 in Bialystok, has a Russian visum case in Berlin (Resources Huygens ING)
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1936: George Zabludowski travels from Berlin to Brasil (Diario de Noticia, 1 Dec 1945 p. 2)
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1940: An <I. G. Zabludovsky> teams up with Bernstein in Paris vs Alekhine (Alekhine book 2016 by Isaak & Vladimir Linder)
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1943: An <Isidore Zabludowski>, b. 29 Aug 1876 in Bialystok, was sent from Paris to Auschwitz (US Holocaust Mus. database)
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1946: Nicolas Zabludowski travels from Paris to Brasil (immigration card)
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