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  Bobby fischer
Regina died in 1997, at 84, near her daughter in Palo Alto, Calif. (The FBI had closed her case years before, concluding she was not a spy.
Regina Wender-Fischer was a remarkable and, according to those who knew her, a remarkably intelligent, strong-willed woman who spoke at least six languages.
Regina was a powerhouse with the energy to be father and mother both.
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 ROBERT JAMES (BOBBY) FISCHER by Bill Wall   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Robert James (Bobby) Fischer was born at 2:39 pm on March 9, 1943 in Chicago, Illinois (Michael Reese hospital) to Regina Wender Fischer Pustan (born in Switzerland of Jewish parents on March 31, 1913) and Hans-Gerhardt Fischer (born September 28, 1908).
Regina had custody of Bobby and his older sister, Joan Fischer Targ (born in Moscow in 1938 and died on June 2, 1998 in Portala Valley, California of a cerebral hemorrhage).
Regina was worried about her son's obsession with chess and took him to the Children's Psychiatric Division of the Brooklyn Jewish Hospital.
www.freewebtown.com /neindiachess/images/fischerbybill.htm   (5910 words)

  
 Files reveal how FBI hounded chess king
Regina Fischer's 750-page FBI file is publicly available because she is deceased.
Regina Fischer's German husband, Hans-Gerhardt Fischer, had fought the Fascists in the Spanish civil war in the 1930s.
Regina Fischer came here in 1939; the FBI said her husband never entered the United States.
www.bobby-fischer.net /files_reveal_how_fbi_hounded_chess_king.htm   (1451 words)

  
 Bobby Fischer His Life and Times...Chess Player..Age Birth-10
Robert James Fischer was born on March 9, 1943 in Chicago Illinois to Regina Wender Fischer Pustan (born in Switzerland of Jewish parents) and Hans-Gerhardt Fischer.
His father was a German biophysicist from Berlin (Hans and Regina married on November 4, 1933 in Moscow) and his mother was a riveter in a defense plant at the time.
Regina had custody of Bobby and his older sister, Joan.
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 GameKnot: play online chess
The brief mini-biography indicates that Regina Wender was born in St. Louis in 1914.
Although Regina was associated him for at least eight years – from sometime in 1937 to the divorce in 1945, Brady provides no information about his family, background, origins, etc. But surely some data was available; except for a cryptic reference to a short meeting between father and son in Chile, Brady says nothing.
Based on all Regina Wender said and – more importantly - did not say about her past, it is my belief that she was an active member of the German Communist underground during the 30’s and 40’s.
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 Sun.Star Cebu - Pestaño: Bobby Fischer’s remarkable mother
Fischer’s attitude toward women had its roots with his relationship with his mother, Regina Wender, who had an ego as big as his and was just as strong-willed.
The remarkable Regina fulfilled her lifetime dream and acquired a master’s degree and doctor’s degree in hematology.
Regina was “mentally upset,” and Bobby was an “upset child,” he told the caseworker, apparently to no avail.
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 2blowhards.com: Bobby Fischer's Mom
Regina was an enormously driven person as well as a born protestor.
Regina never settled the question definitively, at least for public consumption; she may never have been entirely honest with Bobby about the matter either.
Regina was a lefty; Bobby became ferociously anti-Communist.
www.2blowhards.com /archives/2005/04/bobby_fischers_mom.html   (886 words)

  
 Bobby Fischer
He is considered to be one of the most gifted chess players of all times and, despite his prolonged absence from competitive play, is still among the best known of all chess players.
He was born in Chicago to Regina Wender, a riveter in a defense plant who later became a teacher, nurse and physician, and Gerhardt Fischer, a physician.
His parents divorced when he was two years old and Fischer grew up with his mother and older sister.
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 Champ Bobby Fischer a Gutsy Jew Dissident !   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Robert James (Bobby) Fischer was born at 2:39pm on March 9, 1943 in Chicago, Illinois (Michael Reese hospital) to Regina Wender Fischer Pustan (born in Switzerland of Jewish parents on March 31, 1913) and reportedly Hans-Gerhardt Fischer (born Sept 28, 1908).
Regina had custody of Bobby and his older sister, Joan Fischer Targ (born in Moscow in 1938 and died on June 2, 1998 in Portala Valley, California of a cerebral hemor-rhage).
Letters to Peter Nemenyi from Regina Wender strongly indicate that Paul was the chess champion's -- Bobby Fischer's father...
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 Bobby Fischer - WikiLeasing.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
HHis mother, Regina Wender, was a naturalized American citizen, of German Jewish descent, who was born in Switzerland, raised in St. Louis, Missouri, aad later became a teacher, registered nurse, and physician.
Fischer's father was listed on the birth certificate as Wender's first husband, Hans-Gerhardt Fischer, a German biophysicist; the couple married in 1933 in Moscow, U.S.S.R., where Wender was studying medicine at the First Moscow Medical Institute.
Gerhardt and Regina Fischer divorced in 1945 when Bobby was two years old, and he grew up with his mither and older sister, Joan.
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Bruce Pandolfini, a noted chess teacher who was featured in the movie Searching for Bobby Fischer, said of Fischer's beginnings: "Nothing is known." Regina Fischer's 750-page FBI file is publicly available because she is deceased.
Agents described her as "a person who would be ideologically motivated to be of assistance to the Russians." In 1942, someone went through her papers, found politically tinged letters, and telephoned the FBI.
An informant told the bureau that in 1947, Nemenyi opined that the Soviet system was "superior to that of the U.S." Nemenyi also took a deep interest in Bobby Fischer.
www.shogi.net /shogi-l/Archive/2002/Nnov17-01.txt   (1441 words)

  
 And another one, the newest. -- Flambers Drugstore Archives
Some of the original documents in Regina Fischer's FBI file are available on the Inquirer's Web site at http://go.philly.com/fischer/.
They eventually decided Regina Fischer was no spy, and that the Soviets hadn't tried to enlist her son.
Before Bobby Fischer left for Russia in the summer of 1958, an agent posed as a college journalist to interview producers of the TV show I've Got a Secret.
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 Robert James
Bobby Fischer was born on march 9, 1943 in Chicago, Illinois to Regina Wender and Gerhard Fischer.
She later became a grade school teacher, a registered nurse, and a physician.
Bobby Fischer's parents divorced in 1945 and Regina had custody of Bobby and his older sister Joan.
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Regina Wender, a naturalized American citizen of Polish Jewish ancestry who was born in Switzerland, raised in St. Louis, Missouri, and later became
Letters to Peter Nemenyi from Regina Wender strongly indicate that Paul was the chess champion's father.
Later, F.B.I. research determined that although Fischer's mother had returned to the United States from the Soviet Union in 1939, her first husband never entered the country after that date, making it improbable that Bobby Fischer, born in 1943, was Hans-Gerhardt Fischer's child.
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 ROBERT BOBBY FISCHER
Robert James Fischer was born at Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago, Illinois.
However, a 2002 article by Peter Nicholas and Clea Benson of The Philadelphia Inquirer suggests that Paul Nemenyi, a Hungarian physicist of Jewish ancestry, may have been Fischer's biological father.[3] Gerhardt and Regina Fischer divorced in 1945 when Bobby was two years old, and he grew up with his mother and older sister, Joan.
In 1948, the family moved to Mobile, Arizona, where Regina taught in an elementary school.
www.worldtopix.com /bobby_fischer.html   (2912 words)

  
 Bobby Fischer Biography
His father Gerhardth Fischer was born in Berlin, Germany in 1909, he was a biophysicist.
They separated when Bobby was 2 years old, and Regina had custody of Bobby and his older sister Joan who was then 7 years old.
She was a qualified registered Nurse and wanted to take a Master's Degree at New York University in Nursing Education.
www.bobby-fischer.net /Bobby_Fischer_Biography.html   (2168 words)

  
 Pondes - pafg40 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Karel Fransiscus Rouweler [Parents] was born in 1867 in Goor.
Regina Wender [Parents] was born in 1870 in Markelo.
Lubertus Johannes Wiegerinck [Parents] was born in 1863 in Groenlo.
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 Bobby Fischer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
His mother, Regina Wender, was a naturalized American citizen of German ancestry who was born in Switzerland, raised in St.
His father was listed on the birth certificate as Wender's first husband, Hans-Gerhardt Fischer, a German biophysicist; the couple married in 1933 in Moscow, U.S.S.R., where Wender was studying medicine at the First Moscow Medical Institute.
The Fischers divorced in 1945 when their son was two years old, and Fischer grew up with his mother and older sister, Joan.
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 Bobby Fischer - Article from FactBug.org - the fast Wikipedia mirror site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
He is also well known for his eccentricity, unconventional behavior, and accusedly anti-Semitic comments— this, despite his having a Jewish heritage and upbringing.
Fischer was born in Chicago to Regina Wender, a naturalized American citizen of Polish ancestry who was born in Switzerland, raised in St.
His father was reportedly Wender's first husband, Hans-Gerhardt Fischer, a German biophysicist; the couple married in 1933 in Moscow, U.S.S.R., where Wender was studying medicine at the First Moscow Medical Institute.
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 GameKnot: play online chess
Regina was a registered nurse, a secular Jew, and a single mother with a bohemian lifestyle that included leftist politics and social activism but not chess.
According to friends, he was extremely close to Joan and had reconciled with Regina; not being able to attend their funerals is said to have been a great blow to him.
Some of the original documents in Regina Fischer's FBI file are available on the Inquirer's Web site at go.philly.com/fischer/.
gameknot.com /fmsg/chess/1498.shtml   (12681 words)

  
 Brian Wall Chess: "Grand Prix"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Some of the original documents in Regina Fischer's FBI file are available on
Regina Fischer's 750-page FBI file is publicly available because she is
Regina Fischer visited as a struggling single mother who moved from state to
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 Sam Sloan's Family Tree - pafg86 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
He married Dr. Regina WENDER on 4 Nov 1933 in Moscow USSR.
He married Dr. Regina WENDER Not married or not verified in Not married or not verified.
Paul Nemenyi was a research scientist who worked on the development of the Atomic Bomb in the Manhattan Project at the University of Chicago.
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 The Pushed Pawn Chess for the Community
Chicago, Illinois, to Regina Wender, a naturalized American citizen of Jewish Polish ancestry who was born in Switzerland, raised in St.
Mobile, Arizona, where Regina taught in an elementary school.
Brooklyn, New York, where Regina worked as an elementary school teacher and nurse.
pushedpawn.org /chesspedia/Bobby_Fischer.htm   (4358 words)

  
 Sam Sloan's Big Combined Family Trees - pafg90 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
On Page 2 of the 1972 edition of "Profile of a Prodigy", Frank Brady states: "Bobby's mother, though raised in St. Louis, where her father Jack Wender was a dress cutter, was born abroad in Switzerland."
Became a naturalized US citizen on 12 November 1926 in St. Louis, Missouri.
Regina WENDER was born on 31 Mar 1913.
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 MIME Attachment View   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
This book does not standstill with the year 2003 so you shall find in the appendix some latest information about Fischer and his Japanese jail sentence where he is risking at this moment a very long prisons chip.
Both authors have managed to dig up a lot of interesting material on Fischer as the secret FBI files that came public in December 2002, nearly five years after the death of Fischers mother Regina Wender.
Who saidin this book: Even a loss of a half a million guilders I would liked to have him in my chess club, I would not have minded at all.
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