A magyar kardvívás mint női testgyakorlat - Sztrakay - 1895

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A magyar kardvívás mint női testgyakorlat - Sztrakay - 1895

Postby Ulrich von L...n » 02 Sep 2012 16:38

From the Hungarian Electronic Library (HEL, in Hungarian: MEK):
http://mek.oszk.hu/09100/09133/09133.pdf

P.S. About HEL: http://mek.oszk.hu/html/torteneteng.html
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Postby Ulrich von L...n » 02 Sep 2012 17:01

A fencing pamphlet - Hungarian sabre fencing as women's exercise - written by Norbert Sztrakay (pronunciation: Strakai).

With this 50-page pamphlet the author tried to popularize old school Hungarian sabre fencing among women. It consists of the following:

Introduction
Chapter 1 - Gymnastics and women's exercises
Chapter 2 - Foil and sabre fencing
Chapter 3 - Fencing and gymnastics
Chapter 4 - Hungarian sabre fencing as women's exercise
Chapter 5 - Appendix (About Hungarian fencing competitions, An open remark on the first Hungarian fencing competition, On the latest competition (May 12-13, 1895), A poem about fencing)
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Re: A magyar kardvívás mint női testgyakorlat - Sztrakay - 1

Postby admin » 02 Sep 2012 19:23

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Postby Ulrich von L...n » 11 Feb 2014 07:58

Krisztina Nagy (Trnavský šermiasky cech, Fencing guild of Trnava) has translated part of Chapter V (Appendix). See: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=18591&p=330706#p330706
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