Two Minor Champs - One Major Game
I been posting a lot about chess in Germany during WWII in the newly formed Chess History Group. In the course of this, I've been trying to update my research in that area. Today I was seeking out information on Wolfgang Unzicker and came across a statement by him that he had personally observered the famous win by Kurt Richter over Gheorghe Alexandrescu in Munich in 1936 in which Richter temporarily sacrificed a Rook, then a Bishop to secure mate.
Gheorghe Gica Alexandrescu was the joint Romanian Champion of 1951.
So, you won't be ignorant either, here is the famous game: