Selection out of more than 400 studies composed by

Vladimir Akimowitsj Bron

(Russia, 14.9.1909 - 1.10.1985).

Grandmaster of the FIDE in chess composition.

Title awarded in 1976.


He is International Master of the FIDE for chess composition since 1966.

He is International Judge of the FIDE for chess compositions since 1956.

Bron was a doctor of engineering science.
He worked in chemistry in silicate technology and the development of fire-resistant materials.
He published 150 scientific papers in his field. After the Second World War he lived in Sverdlovsk.
About his composition:
Wladimir Akimowitch Bron was one of the greatest studycomposer.
At the age of eleven, he learned the chess game. 1920 he began the systematically deal with chess literature in the chess club of the city,
headed by Alexey Alexandrovich Aljekhin, the brother of Alexander Aljekhin.
From 1928 to 1946 he met a number of Soviet masters on the chessboard.
However, he felt more attracted to chess composition, especially to the studies.
Bron was an international judge for chess composition from 1956,
and since 1976 he has been grandmaster for chess composition.
He composed more then 400 studies .
Many of them have received prizes.
More information about him can be found at German Wikipedia.
 Many composed problems of him can be found on die Schwalbe.

(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) ).