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Aikido Weapons Techniques
by Phong Thong Dang, Lynn Seiser

Though aikido is known as a nonviolent, noncompetitive martial art, the use of weapons in aikido was introduced by the art's founder O'Sensei Morihei Ueshiba.The ...




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American Shaolin: Flying Kicks, Buddhist Monks, and the Legend of Iron Crotch: an Odyssey in the New China
by Matthew Polly

The raucously funny story of one young American’s quest to become the baddest dude on the planet (and possibly find inner peace along the way) Growing up a ...

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Armour from the Battle of Wisby: 1361
by Bengt Thordeman

On a hot July day in 1361, 1,300 poorly armed men stood their ground to defend their city of Wisby against the pressure of King Waldemar. Unfortunately, the ...

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Arte Gladiatoria Dimicandi: 15th Century Swordsmanship of Master Fillipo Vadi
by Fillipo Vadi

For the first time, a color fascimile and translation will be available from this important 15th century master of late Italian Medieval swordsmanship. Master ...

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Ramon Lull's Book of Knighthood & Chivalry & the anonymous Ordene de Chevalerie
by Ramon Lull

What did it mean to be a medieval knight? Medieval knighthood and chivalry still hold a fascination for modern readers more than 500 years after the knight's office ...




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The Book of the Tournament
by Brian R. Price

Chivalry, Knighthood, tournaments. The Book of the Tournament by Brian Price brings out the magic of medieval tournament re-enactments as they build upon the ...




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Deeds of Arms
by Steven Muhlberger

During the 14th century, men of arms--knights and soldiers--exercised themselves in various forms of competitions to both refine their skills and as a matter of ...




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Fighting with the German Longsword
by Christian Henry Tobler

Christian Henry Tobler presents a how-to course of study for learning Liechtenauer's secret art. Topics include the concepts of timing, distance, and initiative, ...

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Flashing Steel: Mastering Eishin-Ryu Swordsmanship
by Shihan Shimabukuro, Leonard Pellman

This book is much more than an introductory guide to Muso Jikiden Eishin-Ryu Iaijutsu. It manages to emphasize a melding of the Eastern philosophy and the technique ...

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Hapkido: Traditions, Philosophy, Technique
by Marc Tedeschi

1136 Pages - 9000 Photos - 2000 Techniques-----The most compre­hensive text ever written on a single martial art. Superbly organized, highly informative, ...




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