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Sabre Fencing on Horseback By Christopher Holzman
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Sabre Fencing on Horseback is an English translation of fencing master Cav. Ferdinando Masiello's 1891 book, "La Scherma di Sciabola a Cavallo." This book presents a course in the mounted... More > use of the sabre, in the method of Maestro Giuseppe Radaelli. The course consists of solo and paired drills that teach the cavalry soldier use of the sabre against cavalry and infantry.< Less
German Sabre of the Berliner Turnschule By Jeremy Steflik
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The fencing style of the Berliner Turnschule developed with close ties to the Prussian military early in the 19th century. Variations of the style are found in manuals spanning more than 80 years and... More > its terminology can still be found to some extent in modern German sport and academic fencing. In his 1843 manual, Ernst Friedrich Seidler adapts the style for the cavalry weapons of the day: the heavily curved m1811 light cavalry sabre and the straight-bladed Kürassierdegen of the heavy cavalry. Presented here for the first time in English, Seidler's Fechten mit dem Säbel und dem Kürassierdegen, together with translations of selected sections of E.W.B. Eiselen's Deutsche Hiebfechten der Berliner Turnschule, gives an introduction to a unique sabre system and a glimpse into the larger Berliner Turnschule tradition. (Revised 28July2018)< Less
Regulations of Exercises and Evolutions for the Cavalry By Christopher Holzman
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The 1873 Regulations of Exercises and Evolutions for the Cavalry, Book I., are the cavalry regulations of the Kingdom of Italy, and features the sabre fencing method of Milanese fencing master... More > Giuseppe Radaelli, as applied to the use of the cavalry sabre at the regimental level. Maestro Radaelli was a veteran of the Monferrato Cavalry, and saw action at the Battle of San Martino (24th June 1859) in the campaign against Austria, as part of the Italian wars for independence. This book contains marching, calisthenics, gymnastics (vaulting on a horse dummy), sabre and lance exercise, platoon maneuvers on foot, judgement of distances, and instruction for buglers (including sheet music). There are illustrations for the vaulting, sabre, and lance exercises. This is another very important data point documenting the Radaellian tradition of sabre.< Less
Regulations of Exercises and Evolutions for the Cavalry By Christopher Holzman
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The 1873 Regulations of Exercises and Evolutions for the Cavalry, Book I., are the cavalry regulations of the Kingdom of Italy, and features the sabre fencing method of Milanese fencing master... More > Giuseppe Radaelli, as applied to the use of the cavalry sabre at the regimental level. Maestro Radaelli was a veteran of the Monferrato Cavalry, and saw action at the Battle of San Martino (24th June 1859) in the campaign against Austria, as part of the Italian wars for independence. This book contains marching, calisthenics, gymnastics (vaulting on a horse dummy), sabre and lance exercise, platoon maneuvers on foot, judgment of distances, and instruction for buglers (including sheet music). There are illustrations for the vaulting, sabre, and lance exercises. This is another very important data point documenting the Radaellian tradition of sabre.< Less
The Art of Fencing with Thrusting- and Cutting-Weapons By August Fehn & Tobias Zimmermann
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August Fehn was a military fencing master at the cadet school in Hannover in the middle of the 19th century. His work there ended only when Prussia annexed the previously independet Kingdom of... More > Hannover in 1866. In his manual published in 1851, Fehn describes not only thrust-fencing in the Kreussler tradition, but also cut-fencing from a hanging and a steep guard as well as cut-and-thrust-fencing with the Pallasch, a heavy cavalry backsword, and finally, his unique take on bayonet fencing. His modular approach in teaching all of these disciplines makes this one of the most interesting fencing manuals of the 19th century. In this book, Tobias Zimmermann presents a translation that aims to stay close to the original text while still being easily understandable for the modern reader, complemented by an introduction for more context and a glossary including all the technical terms occuring in the text.< Less
An Abridgment of the New Broad Sword Exercise By W. Pepper
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In 1797, W. Pepper of the Notts Yeomanry Cavalry printed the second edition of his Broad Sword instruction manual. Carefully transcribed from the original text by Kirk Lawson, this manual is... More > intended to train Cavalry recruits in the basics of the horse mounted Military Saber or "Broad Sword." Instruction begins unmounted with details of the basic guards and cuts and ends with detailed cut and parry drills to be directed by the Fleugelman. Pepper provisioned his Saber manual with seven line drawing illustrations, providing both internal decoration and visual instruction. These illustrations, restored with digital precision by Kirk Lawson, offer a treasured window into the exciting history of this historic Western Martial Art.< Less
An Abridgment of the New Broad Sword Exercise By W. Pepper
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In 1797, W. Pepper of the Notts Yeomanry Cavalry printed the second edition of his Broad Sword instruction manual. Carefully transcribed from the original text by Kirk Lawson, this manual is... More > intended to train Cavalry recruits in the basics of the horse mounted Military Saber or "Broad Sword." Instruction begins unmounted with details of the basic guards and cuts and ends with detailed cut and parry drills to be directed by the Fleugelman. Pepper provisioned his Saber manual with seven line drawing illustrations, providing both internal decoration and visual instruction. These illustrations, restored with digital precision by Kirk Lawson, offer a treasured window into the exciting history of this historic Western Martial Art.< Less
Three Accounts of Peterloo and The Story of Peterloo By Francis Archibald Bruton
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The Peterloo Massacre occurred at St Peter's Field, Manchester, England, on 16 August 1819, when cavalry charged into a crowd of 60,000–80,000 that had gathered to demand the reform of... More > parliamentary representation. Shortly after the meeting began local magistrates called on the military authorities to arrest Hunt and several others on the hustings with him, and to disperse the crowd. Cavalry charged into the crowd with sabres drawn, and in the ensuing confusion, 15 people (including women and children) were killed and hundreds were injured. Within this volume are published three eyewitness reports of the event which F. A. Burton thought worthy of publication along with his "Story of Peterloo."< Less
Drown the Stage With Tears By Joseph Geringer
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Drown the Stage with Tears relates the exciting saga of Shakespearean actor John Wilkes Booth's plot to kidnap, then kill, President Abraham Lincoln. The novel, based on historical fact and penned as... More > an allegory to Hamlet, leads the reader through not only the final days of the American Civil War, but through a Washington D.C. of 1865 breathtakingly restored. Experience the flicker of gaslight, the swish of crinolines, the jingle of cavalry sabres and the roll of funeral drums--while engaged in a story that moves with all the excitement of a detective novel. Well written and creative, it approaches the Lincoln assassination in an all-new vein. Romance, action and colorful theatrics are the ingredients that make Drown the Stage With Tears a winner for lovers of historical romance.< Less
Drown the Stage With Tears By Joseph Geringer
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Drown the Stage with Tears relates the exciting saga of Shakespearean actor John Wilkes Booth's plot to kidnap, then kill, President Abraham Lincoln. The novel, based on historical fact and penned as... More > an allegory to Hamlet, leads the reader through not only the final days of the American Civil War, but through a Washington D.C. of 1865 breathtakingly restored. Experience the flicker of gaslight, the swish of crinolines, the jingle of cavalry sabres and the roll of funeral drums--while engaged in a story that moves with all the excitement of a detective novel. Well written and creative, it approaches the Lincoln assassination in an all-new vein. Romance, action and colorful theatrics are the ingredients that make Drown the Stage With Tears a winner for lovers of historical romance.< Less

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