Links

If you are reading this blog, the chances are that you are interested in the history of Go in other countries. Here I list a few sites that I can recommend.

http://www.romaniango.org/ was written by Radu Baciu, and it is a very interesting read. There is a good chance that you do not speak romanian, but not to worry, most online language translators will render the text to english reasonably well.

Across the water you can obtain a good deal of information on their well documented national website - http://www.britgo.org/history/bgahist.html or http://www.britgo.org/bchamp/history.html or http://www.britgo.org/history/ should keep you busy for a while.

Jerome Hubert has a nice collection of links, although many are sadly broken, which you can browse, including a history of the game in France.

The polish player kamysyn has constructed a crosstable and list heaven http://kamyszyn.go.art.pl/

The IGF published a yearbook called Ranka, which contains a lot of information on the game around the world http://ranka.intergofed.org/?page_id=1878

If computer go takes your fancy, then look no further than http://www.computer-go.info/

Lastly, but not least, you can read the books of France Prateresi, starting with Itago for Italian Go history, and then moving on to EuroGo volumes 1 to 3, for European Go History.

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