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Bang! Bang! He shot me down! Can the pistol be studied as a Historic European Martial Art? By Philip T. Crawley
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Transcript notes of a lecture on historic pistol-craft presented at SWASH 2013 by the author
He Threw Down the Glove; Practical Aspects and Cultural Considerations of C19th French Duelling Culture By Philip Crawley
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Lecture notes from a presentation made at SWASH 2014 at the Royal Armouries, Leeds considering the practical aspects of the C19th duel in France as detailed in numerous texts of the period.
Theory for learning the cane in 25 lessons By Louis A.V. Leboucher
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“If he had been a little less brutal he’d have made his fortune” J. Charlemont Louis-Armand-Victorin Leboucher was a small, stout and well-muscled, but rough, fencer originally from... More > Rouen who trained in Paris known for his excellence with a cane as well as his generous spirit He went on to establish a salle at 20, Rue de la Michodiere, and then published this first ever work on the cane in 1843, a method renowned for being tough, spontaneous and instinctive where every blow must be effective, and thus suitable for fitness and self-defence as well as useful preparation for using a sabre.< Less
The Polearm Compendium By Philip T. Crawley
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A compendium of techniques for the two-ended staff, partisan, spontoon, threshall and flail from the works of Pascha, Girard and Bast.
The Practice of Fencing By Daniel O'Sullivan
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The Practice of Fencing Or the principles of the science of arms By Daniel O’Sullivan Master of deed of arms of the King’s Academy Paris House of SEBASTIEN JORRY, Printer, - Rue de... More > Libraire, near the Comedie Francaise of the Great Monarch With approval 1765< Less