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. 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 - or or 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

The IGF published a yearbook called Ranka, which contains a lot of information on the game around the world

If computer go takes your fancy, then look no further than

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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