Kardvívás - Leszák - 1906

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Kardvívás - Leszák - 1906

Postby Ulrich von L...n » 04 Nov 2012 17:56

Sabre Fencing (in Hungarian) written by Károly Leszák, fencing master of the Ludovika Military Academy (129 pages, with photos)

http://oszkdk.oszk.hu/storage/00/00/27/ ... 592opt.pdf

This book was used as training manual for cadets at the Academy, based on the DoD permission N 5791/21 of January 30, 1906.
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Postby Ulrich von L...n » 05 Nov 2012 07:16

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Postby Ulrich von L...n » 05 Nov 2012 07:42

K. Leszák wrote this book as the summary of his 15-year-long career as fencing master, he had learned fencing at the Wiener Neustandt K. u. K. Military School of Fencing and Gymnastics Instructors, the same institution where after 1894 the sabre fencing was taught based on Luigi Barbasetti's method. Two Austrian lieutenants - Rudolph Brosch and Heinrich Tenner - learned the Italian sabre fencing, introduced it to the Wiener Neustadt Military School, and in 1899 translated Barbasetti's Das Säbelfechten. Leszák was the follower of the above Italian method, together with Gusztáv (von) Arlow who published his influential Hungarian fencing book in 1902.
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