Publication year: 1976
Whyld: 9th Congress of Deutscher Schachbund, 64 p, pp, 153 g.
Nottingham 1982. Annotations by Dr. S. Tarrasch (1.) and others.
The publisher writes: "It is evident that Max Lange (1832-1899)
put in much time, effort and money to ensure the success of the
congress, and so it is perhaps unfortunate that he is remembered
as the man who lost the game scores, along with those of Cologne
1898. The Leipzig scores came into the hands of Max Blumich
(1887-1942) who intended to publish them, and it was from him
that Heinrich Wagner (1888-1959) acquired them.Wagner copied
them for me to publish, and here they are, for the first time.
Caistor 1976 / Ken Whyld.”