Selection out of 29 studies composed by

Zigmund Herland

(Romania, 27.9.1865 – 15.8.1954)

TheChesspedia reports about him:

Romanian chess player, one of the founders of chess compositions in Romania.

Also a strong player who drew in 1890 a match with the German Master Jacques Mieses, tied for 6-10th at Mannheim in 1914

and several times became the champion of Bucharest.

As a composer he published about 1500 compositions of all genres, mainly three- and many-movers, studies.

Awarded with merits in 250 problems, including 35 first prizes.

Author of Problèmes choisis (1948).

Also at Wikipedia there is some information about him.


(All his studies, more exact dates, possible corrections or cooks and exact details about sources can be found in the

Harold van der Heijden database V (31-12-2015) )