Folke Rogard

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Bror Axel Folke Per Rogard (6 July 1899 – 11 June 1973) was a Swedish lawyer and chess official.

He was born in Stockholm. Rogard was Vice-President of the international chess governing body, FIDE from 1947 to 1949, then succeeded Alexander Rueb as President, a post he held until succeeded by Max Euwe in 1970.

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Preceded by
Alexander Rueb
FIDE President
1949–1970
Succeeded by
Max Euwe