Selection of studies composed by

Alfred M. Ehrhardt

(Germany, 23.9.1881 - 1.8.1947) reports (and has another younger picture of him):

"He was a strong player, scoring well in some important tournaments between 1902-1907, a couple in the next decade and a few between 1921-1923.

His greatest impact was that of a chess organizer, putting together such tournaments as the first and second European tournaments

(Stuttgart 1939 and Munich 1941), Salzburg 1942, Munich 1942 and Salzburg 1943."

Ehrhardt Post (left) playing black against Tartakower in Mannheim 1914.

Carls is watching.

(Picture found at Chess Notes by Edward Winter).


Also more information about him can be found at Wikipedia.


(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) )