Michał Starzewski’s treatise “On Fencing” (c.1830s)

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Michał Starzewski’s treatise “On Fencing” (c.1830s)

Postby KeithFarrell » 10 Jun 2013 17:34

Daria Izdebska has just finished her translation of Michał Starzewski’s treatise “On Fencing” (c.1830s), the earliest known existing treatise on the subject of Polish sabre. The document has been made available through the website of the Academy of Historical Arts, and we are very proud and honoured to be able to host such a valuable translation!

http://www.historical-academy.co.uk/reports/dariaizdebska/Michal%20Starzewski%20-%20On%20Fencing.pdf
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Re: Michał Starzewski’s treatise “On Fencing” (c.1830s)

Postby Tyler Brandon » 11 Jun 2013 00:54

Thank you Daria for your hard work on this important translation and thank you Keith for your efforts on this and hosting this for the betterment of the HEMA community.
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