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Classical Fencing Rule Book

By: Grant Shymske (Author)
[Kindle Edition Only]An optional rule book and guide to the martial art of classical European fencing; it is also the primary rule book used by Tri-Blade Fencing academies across the United States.

By the Sword
By: Richard Cohen
Napoleon fenced. So did Shakespeare, Karl Marx, Grace Kelly, and President Truman, who would cross swords with his daughter, Margaret, when she came home from school. Lincoln was a canny dueler. Igantius Loyala challenged a man to a duel for denying Christ’s divinity (and won). Less successful, but no less enthusiastic, was Mussolini, who would tell his wife he was “off to get spaghetti,” their code to avoid alarming the children. By the Sword is an epic history of sword fighting—a science, an art, and, for many, a religion that began at the dawn of civilization in ancient Egypt and has been an obsession for mankind ever since. With wit and insight, Richard Cohen gives us an engrossing history of the world via the sword.

Legionary: The Roman Soldier’s (Unofficial) Manual
By: Philip Matyszak
This carefully researched yet entertainingly unacademic book tells you how to join the Roman legions, the best places to serve, and how to keep your armor from getting rusty. Learn to march under the eagles of Rome, from training, campaigns, and battle to the glory of a Roman Triumph and retirement with a pension plan. Every aspect of army life is discussed, from drill to diet, with handy tips on topics such as how to select the best boots, or how to avoid being skewered by enemy spears. 15 colors, 25 b&w illustrations

Swordsman: A Manual Of Fence And The Defence Against An Uncivilised Enemy
By: Alfred Hutton