Ceskoslovensky sach

Author: Karel Zmatlik (editor)

Publisher: Czechoslovakia Chess Association

Location: Prague

Year: 1946



182 pages with tables, diagrams and index. Folio (11 3/4" x 8 1/2") bound in original stapled wrappers. Volume 40, 12 numbers in 7. (Bibliotheca Van der Linde-Niemeijeriana:6066) First edition.

Ceskoslovensky sach is the official organization magazine for Czechoslovakia. It was founded in 1906 as the successor of Ceskych listu sachovych and Sachovych listu. Since 1920, it has been published under the title Casopis ceskoslovenskych sachistu (Czechoslovak Chess) and since 1927 he has been published under the present name (under the Fascist Occupation in the years 1939-1945 he was called Sach). The name was not changed even after the split up of Czechoslovakia in 1993. The first publications were edited by Jan Dobrusky, Oldrich Duras and Václav Kautsky. The magazine is published once a month and serves both practical, correspondence and chess compositions. (in this area the magazine's level was also appreciated abroad). Currently it is edited by international master Ivan Hausner.


Edge wear corners bumped, some tears at spine ends else a very good copy.