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Meet the Mormons – Candy Bomber, after World War II
"Service if the bottom line to happiness and fulfillment," according to Col. Gail Halverson (retired), also known as the "Candy Bomber."
> Chess book for a beginner
Win a chess game. Yes, you can win!
Chess Game in an old movie
~~~~ The Seventh Seal - 1957 film
~~~ “A Little Game” — a film revolving around chess
>> Recent film with a lot of chess
>> Grandmaster Akiba Rubinstein
~~ Think big when you play chess ~~
Our Savior has the power to cleanse and really heal you
>>>>> Anti-pornography site - LDS
Nonfiction book review “How to Beat Your Dad at Chess”
> "How to Beat Your Dad at Chess"
Ropen pterosaur: not extinct!
At least one species of pterodactyl is still alive: the Hammerhead Ropen
* * * Informal chess game outdoors
Category Archives: Chess History
Have you ever seen a film in which a game of chess was played? Was the board laid out correctly, with the white square on the right corner? Did it look like a real game of chess was being played? … Continue reading
The Russian chess master Nikolay Grigoriev (1895-1938) won clear first place in the following Moscow City Championships: 1921-1922 1922-1923 1923 1924 1929 He drew five of the seven games of the match he played against Alexander Alekhine in 1921 (A. … Continue reading
What a year for the Polish chess grandmaster Akiba Rubinstein! I herein undertake a brief study to determine if he deserves the title of “Honorary World Chess Champion of 1912.” Take this in context: Setting aside tournaments, Rubinstein played seven matches in … Continue reading
From the free ebook on Amazon The Exploits and Triumphs, in Europe, of Paul Morphy, the Chess Champion (Kindle Edition), by Frederick Milnes Edge (an old book): The [Chess] Congress was advertised to open on the 6th of October  . … Continue reading