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World Chess Day, 20 July

by Simon Black on 2020-07-20T08:06:27+10:00 in Global Studies, History | Comments

A brief history of chess by Alex Gendler:

Source: TED-Ed. (2019). A brief history of chess by Alex Gendler. [Online video]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YeB-1F-UKO0

Click on the Encyclopædia Britannica button below, for additional background to the game of chess: 

Learn more about chess with these Library resources:
Cover ArtChess : from first moves to checkmate by Daniel King
Kerferd Library catalogue
Call Number: 794.1 KIN
ISBN: 9780753405260
Publication Date: 2000

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