Yesterday was the 205th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo. I thought it would then be interesting to translate a … More
By Maxime Chouinard In the few years I spent as a medical museum curator, I was brought to read … More
I recently found this article that I had stored away on my computer a few years ago and rediscovered the … More
As the Bartitsu.org website seems to be currently down, I have decided to republish here this article I had found … More
The first French cutlass regulation drill and its developper.
A translation of a very interesting lesson on sabre fencing published during the Second Empire.
Rodney Bennett, our fervent video archivist from Victorian and Edwardian Martial Arts found an interesting video of a certain Dr.Condon … More
La canne, the fascinating French art of fighting with a walking stick. Let’s delve into it’s history.
This is a question that comes back again and again. “I am interested in taking up sabre. What is the … More
The briquet is an iconic blade of revolutionary France. Developed in 1767 to replace the longer grenadier sabres it was … More