Here are some chess puzzles from the games of 1928.
White to move and win except where noted.

Solutions are between the brackets under each puzzle.
Drag your mouse from one bracket to the other.

a)
White Mates in 3. Joseph Krejcik vs Mayer, Vienna, 1928
rn2k1r1/pp1qp1P1/1bppNn2/7p/8/7Q/PPP3PP/RNB1KR2 w - - 0 1
[ Qxh5+ ]

b)
White Mates in 4. Rudolf Spielmann vs Walter, Trencianske Teplice, 1928
r2Nqb1r/pQ1bp1pp/1pn1p3/1k1p4/2p2B2/2P5/PPP2PPP/R3KB1R w - - 0 1
[ a4+ ]

c)
White Mates in 4. Albert Becker vs Eduard Glass, Vienna, 1928
rk6/N4ppp/Qp2q3/3p4/8/8/5PPP/2R3K1 w - - 0 1
[ Rc8+ ]

d)
White Mates in 4. Erik Andersen vs Hilse, The Hague, 1928
r3rk2/5pR1/pp1q1P1p/8/3p3P/P2B4/1P1Q2b1/1K6 w - - 0 1
[ Rg8+ ]

e)
White Mates in 5. L Isaacs vs S Factor, Bradley Beach, 1928
3R4/p2R1rk1/6p1/2q1p2p/2r5/5PP1/P1Q3KP/8 w - - 0 1
[ Rg8+ ]

1928 Puzzles, Part II.
a)
White Mates in 5. A Gyles vs A Miller, New Zealand CH, 1928
2r2rk1/pbqn1p1p/3b2p1/2p2BN1/4p3/1P2P3/PB2QPPP/2R1R1K1 w - - 0 1
[ Qh5 ]

b)
White Mates in 5. Marmorasch vs Polani, Jerusalem, 1928
rnb3kr/ppp1q2p/7B/2bpp3/8/2PB1QP1/PPP4P/R3KR2 w - - 0 1
[ Qxd5+ w/Rf8+ ]

c)
White Mates in 5. M Najdorf vs E Szapiro, Lodz, 1928
r3Qbkr/p1pb3p/1p1qnp1B/8/2BP4/8/PPP2PPP/4R1K1 w - - 0 1
[ Rxe6 ]

d)
White Mates in 5. Friedrich Saemisch vs Klaus Engel, Bruenn, 1928
r4rk1/p1pb1qp1/3n1p1R/2pPpN2/2P5/P1PB4/4Q1PP/5RK1 w - - 0 1
[ Ne7+ w/Rh8+ ]

e)
White Mates in 6. Endre Steiner vs Fritzis Apscheneek, Netherlands, 1928
rn2k3/ppq3rp/5Rp1/3Q1b2/3Pp3/1B2B3/PP4PP/5RK1 w - - 0 1
[ R1xf5 ]

1928 Puzzles, Part III. White to move and win except where noted.
a)
White Mates in 6. Rudolf Spielmann vs Eduard Glass, Vienna, 1928
3R4/1pk2p1p/p3p3/r1q2p2/2P1bP2/1P6/PK1Q2PP/3R4 w - - 0 1
[ Rc8+ ]

b)
White Mates in 8. Gabarain vs Walter Cruz, Mar del Plata, 1928
5nk1/pr2R1p1/1qp2p1p/3b3N/2B5/1PQ5/P1P2PPP/6K1 w - - 0 1
[ Nxf6+ ]

c)
White Mates in 8. Benito Villegas vs Pulcherio, Mar del Plata, 1928
3rr2k/1b3pR1/p4P2/1p6/2q5/P1p5/1PP2Q1P/5RK1 w - - 0 1
[ Rh7+ ]

d)
Janos Balogh vs F Redeleit, corr., 1928
r1b2rk1/ppq2pp1/2n1p3/3pP1B1/3p3Q/P7/1PP2PP1/RN2R1K1 w - - 0 1
[ Bf6 ]

e)
Erik Andersen vs Joseph Lokvene, The Hague, 1928
r2q1r1k/pb2b1pp/4Q3/2pp4/2n5/P4N2/1PB2PPP/R1B2RK1 w - - 0 1
[ Qh3 if h6 Bxh6 ]

1928 Puzzles, Part IV. White to move and win.
a)
Carlos Maderna vs J Crista, Buenos Aires, 1928
2r3k1/pb2qpp1/1pn1pn1p/6N1/1PB5/P3P3/1BQ2PPP/3R2K1 w - - 0 1
[ Bxf6 if Qxf6 Qh7+ & Rd7 ]

b)
Hans Muller vs Siegfried Wolf, Vienna, 1928
2qr1rk1/p5p1/1pp1bn1p/3pB3/2P4Q/1P4P1/P3RPBP/4R1K1 w - - 0 1
[ Bxf6 w/Rxe6 ]

c)
C Portela vs Valentin Fernandez Coria, Buenos Aires, 1928
r2qkb1r/ppp2ppp/1nn5/4p3/2B3b1/3P1N2/PPP2PPP/RNBQR1K1 w - - 0 1
[ Nxe5 w/Bxf7+ ]

d)
Richter vs Wolfgang Koch, Berlin, 1928
2r4r/k1B2pp1/p2P1b2/1q3P1p/1p1p2n1/6P1/1P4B1/2RQR1K1 w - - 0 1
[ Re7 ]

e)
Rudolf Spielmann vs Hans Muller, Vienna, 1928
1rb1r1k1/p1q1bppp/1p2pn2/8/2PQ2N1/1P4P1/PB3PBP/3R1RK1 w - - 0 1
[ Qe5 ]

f)
Saviely Tartakower vs Fritz Igel, Vienna, 1928
1k6/p2q3p/1p1Pr1p1/3Q1p2/1P1R1P2/6P1/1KP5/8 w - - 0 1
[ Qxe6 ]

g)
Walkering vs Hanssen, corr., 1928
rnb1k2r/pp1p1p1p/4p1p1/q2nP3/1b1N2Q1/P1N5/1PP2PPP/R1B1KB1R w - - 0 1
[ axb4 if Qxa1 Nb3 ]

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