Studies composed by

Adolf Olland

(The Netherlands, 13.4.1867 - 22.7.1933)

Dr. Adolf Olland (1867 - 1933) was born, studied and worked as a medical doctor in Utrecht.
The subject of his thesis was the influence of weather on mortality.
A main finding was the increased infant mortality during hot summers.
Botany was his hobby. He was three times unofficial and once official champion of
the Netherlands, and the second Dutchman who played at master level.
He ran several chess columns.
Despite a heart desease, he participated in the Dutch championship in 1933, and died
during the last round.
More information about him can be found at Wikipedia and a Dutch article at Schaakclub Oud Zuylen Utrecht.

(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) ).

One correction by Peter Krug below added: