L'escrime au sabre (Russia) - Katkoff, 1895

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L'escrime au sabre (Russia) - Katkoff, 1895

Postby Max C. » 12 Jul 2013 04:13

According to the author this is a translation of the original (I would guess Russian) version printed for the knights guards regiment of the Empress Maria Feodorovna in St Petersburgh. Some nice color illustration inside.

http://jfgilles.perso.sfr.fr/escrime/bi ... index.html
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Postby Ulrich von L...n » 14 Jul 2013 20:39

Definitely Russian original!

Проект обучения фехтованию на эспадронах в кавалерийских частях, в пешем строю и на конях: 1892 X — 1893 IV / Штабс-ротмистр Катков. — СПб.: Типо-лит. Р. Голике, 1893.

A Project of Teaching Fencing in Cavalry Squadrons, on Foot and on Horseback: October 1892 - April 1893 by Senior Lieutenant Katkov, St Petersburg, 1893

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Re: L'escrime au sabre (Russia) - Katkoff, 1895

Postby Mearcstapa » 20 Aug 2013 11:45

Apparently it is infected with a trojan.
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Re: L'escrime au sabre (Russia) - Katkoff, 1895

Postby Tyler Brandon » 21 Aug 2013 00:25

Mearcstapa wrote:Apparently it is infected with a trojan.


Ah, so that's where it came from!
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