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Handguns: The Definitive Guide to Pistols and Revolvers

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Handguns is a comprehensive visual directory of over 350 guns. Divided into five chapters, with each covering a category of pistol or revolver, the book begins with an introduction to the history of handguns and then examines the different types of firearm in chronological order. Each selected weapon features an authoritative description of the gun and its history, accompanied by a list of key technical data.'Classic'handguns - including models by Smith&Wesson, Walther, Luger and Beretta - are allocated a double- page spread and illustrated by a near actual-size photograph, specially taken by the Royal Armouries. Compiled by a world-renowned arms expert and illustrated with rich, colour images, this is an essential book for anyone fascinated by weaponry.

Издательство: "Quercus/MacLehose Press" (2013)

ISBN: 978-1-78087-913-0

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Walter John

Walter John (January 1879 – December 1940), was a German chess master.

John was born at Thorn (Toruń), Poland (then German Empire). He took 2nd, behind Curt von Bardeleben in "Café Kerkau", and took 4th (Ossip Bernstein won) at Berlin 1902. He won at Hanover 1902 (13th DSB–Congress, B tournament). In 1904, he tied for 11-12th in Coburg (14th DSB Congress; Bardeleben, Carl Schlechter and Rudolf Swiderski won). In 1905, he tied for 7-10th in Barmen (Dawid Janowski and Géza Maróczy won). In 1907, he tied for 10-11th in Ostend (B tourn; Bernstein and Akiba Rubinstein won). In 1908, he took 4th in Düsseldorf (16th DSB–Congress, Frank Marshall won). In 1910, he took 16th in Hamburg (17th DSB–Congress, Schlechter won). In 1914, he tied for 10-11th in Mannheim (19th DSB–Congress, Alexander Alekhine won). [ [http://www.anders.thulin.name/SUBJECTS/CHESS/CTCIndex.pdf Name Index to Jeremy Gaige's Chess Tournament Crosstables ] ]

John drew a match with Jacques Mieses (+1 –1 =3) at Leipzig 1917. [ [http://www.hessischer-schachverband.de/bezirk-5-frankfurt/19041905/fsm/fsm_bericht.htm Frankfurter Stadtmeisterschaft ] ] He won, jointly with Paul Johner, at Berlin 1917, won at Breslau 1918, [ [http://www.astercity.net/~vistula/fredvandervliet.htm Chess In Former German, Now Polish Territories - Fred Van Der Vliet ] ] took 5th at Göteborg 1920 (B tournament won by P. Johner), won at Berlin 1921, and took 4th at Hamburg 1921 (21st DSB–Congress, Ehrhardt Post won).

He took 11th at Bad Aachen 1934 (the 2nd German Chess Championship, Carl Carls won). [ [http://www.rogerpaige.me.uk/tables5.htm GER-ch 2nd Aachen 1934 ] ]

In September 1940, he won in Danzig (Gdańsk). [ [http://www.astercity.net/~vistula/fredvandervliet2.htm Chess In Former German, Now Polish Territories - Fred Van Der Vliet ] ] In December 1940, he died in Berlin.

External links

139 [http://www.chessgames.com/player/walter_john.html chessgames of Walter John] ,chessgames.com

References

Источник: Walter John

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