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Claus von Stauffenberg's Profile

Brief about Claus von Stauffenberg: By info that we know Claus von Stauffenberg was born at 1907-11-15. And also Claus von Stauffenberg is German Soldier.

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We took this challenge before our Lord and our conscience, and it must be done, because this man, Hitler, he is the ultimate evil.

Tags: Challenge, Done, Evil

If our most highly qualified General Staff officers had been told to work out the most nonsensical high level organization for war which they could think of, they could not have produced anything more stupid that that which we have at present.

Tags: Stupid, War, Work

Be cautious of playing your Queen in front of your King and in subjecting yourself to a discovered check. It is better when check is given to your King to interpose a man that attacks the checking Piece than with one that does not.

Tags: King, Playing, Yourself

The Queen is by much the most powerful of the forces.

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The Pawn moves only one square at a time, and that straight forward, except in the act of capturing, when it takes one step diagonally to the right or left file on to the square occupied by the man taken, and continues on that file until it captures another man.

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For touching an adversary's man, when it cannot be captured, the offender must move his King.

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The Bishop and Knight, in contradistinction to the Queen and Rook, are called Minor Pieces.

Tags: Knight, Pieces, Queen

The Bishop moves diagonally forwards or backwards, to the extent of the Board.

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The Chess-board must be placed with a white square at the right-hand corner.

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The penalty for exceeding the time limit is the forfeiture of the game.

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When neither party can give checkmate, the game is drawn.

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A player is said to have the opposition when he can place his King directly in front of the adverse King, with only one square between them. This is often an important advantage in ending games.

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A Rook is of the value of five Pawns and a fraction, and may be exchanged for a minor Piece and two Pawns. Two Rooks may be exchanged for three minor Pieces.

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Each player, it will be observed, has eight superior Pieces or officers, and eight minor ones which are called Pawns; and, for the purpose of distinction, the Pieces and Pawns of one party are of a different color from those of the other.

Tags: Color, Party, Purpose

For playing a man to a square to which it cannot be legally moved, the adversary, at his option, may require him to move the man legally, or to move the King.

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Having marshalled the men in battle order, as shown in the first diagram, you will observe that each party has two ranks of men, on the first of which stand the superior Pieces, and on the next the eight Pawns.

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If either player abandon the game by quitting the table in anger, or in an otherwise offensive manner; or by momentarily resigning the game; or refuses to abide by the decision of the Umpire, the game must be scored against him.

Tags: Anger, Decision, Game

If, during the course of the game, it be discovered that any error or illegality has been committed in the moves of the pieces, the moves must be retraced, and the necessary correction made, without penalty.

Tags: Committed, Game, Necessary

In Castling, the King must be moved first, or before the Rook is quitted. If the Rook be quitted before the King is touched, the opposing player may demand that the move of the Rook shall stand without the Castling being completed.

Tags: May, Move, Stand

It is the duty of the Umpire to determine all questions submitted to him according to these laws, when they apply, and according to his best judgment when they do not apply.

Tags: Best, Him, Questions