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Chess can tell a lot about the history of players who played it.
Believe it or not, knowing how the game was played can teach your child a lot about the people who played it! When you consider the chess pieces and how the game is played, you can see how it reflects a miniature version of feudal life. The pieces, such as the knight, rook, bishop, and pawns, represent how society was organised during the Middle Ages. The game depicts nations' and their militaries' strategic strategies for conquering territory and winning wars. The pawns represent how much of society was considered peasantry, a lower caste than the nobility. Talk to your child about the history of the Middle Ages, and who knows, maybe your child will discover a new interest in history after learning about the Middle