Jan Hein Donner - “Voor het laatst: Fischer” - Manuscript, consisting of 4 sheets of unlined writing paper 30 × 21 cm, numbered top right from 1 to 4 - column published in Hollands Diep of 31 December 1976 - column included - fine
Jan Hein Donner (Johannes Hendrikus (Hein) Donner, The Hague, 6 July 1927 - Amsterdam, 27 November 1988) was a Dutch chess grandmaster and writer. J.H. Donner was his pen name. He won the Dutch Championship three times. In 1987 he received the Henriette Roland Holst prize. In his chess career he has achieved some great tournament victories, such as the Hoogovens Tournament in 1950; he then finished ahead of Nicolas Rossolimo and former world champion Max Euwe. In 1958 he shared the win with Euwe; in 1963 he won the Hoogovens Tournament again.
In addition, he wrote stories and columns (in De Volkskrant, Elseviers Weekblad and Hollands Diep), of which the text here in manuscript and print is an example. The text was included under the same title in “De Koning”, compiled and introduced by Tim Krabbé and Max Pam (Bert Bakker, 1983).
Robert James (Bobby) Fischer (Chicago, 9 March 1943 - Reykjavik, 17 January 2008) was an American chess player. He was a chess grandmaster and is considered by many to be the greatest chess player of all time. From 1972 to 1975 he was the world chess champion. In 1992 Fischer played a rematch against Spasski. Fischer won with a score of 10-5. He died of kidney failure at the age of 64 in a hospital in Reykjavik. (Wikipedia)
- Nombre de livres
- Littérature, Manuscrits, Sport, jeux et hobbies
- Auteur/ Illustrateur
- Manuscript; Jan Hein Donner
- Titre du livre
- Voor het laatst: Fischer
- Année de publication de l’ouvrage le plus ancien
- 1ère édition
- Langue originale
- Nombre de pages
- 30×21 cm