Nov. 11, 1972 - Chess master Ludek Pachman will remain in West Germany: The Czech chess master Ludek Pachman who recently was allowed to leave Czechoslovakia with his wife and mother-in-law, will remain in West Germany. The 48 year old Dubcek sympathiser, has more than once been in gaol, and several times brutally mistreated. He will settle in Slingen, which has a chess club that holds the German club title. Photo shows Chess master Ludek Pachman with wife Eugenie and mother-in-law Pediaskova, shortly after their arrival in Munich.

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Nov. 11, 1972 - Chess master Ludek Pachman will remain in West Germany: The Czech chess master Ludek Pachman who recently was allowed to leave Czechoslovakia with his wife and mother-in-law, will remain in West Germany. The 48 year old Dubcek sympathiser, has more than once been in gaol, and several times brutally mistreated. He will settle in Slingen, which has a chess club that holds the German club title. Photo shows Chess master Ludek Pachman with wife Eugenie and mother-in-law Pediaskova, shortly after their arrival in Munich. (Credit Image: Keystone Pictures USA/ZUMAPRESS)