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Victorian self defense system Bartitsu incorporated grappling (Japanese Judo and Jujitsu), striking (English bare knuckle boxing and French Savate kicking), and French walking stick fighting, known as La Canne. Bartitsu was taught in London in the 1890's to train gentlemen to defend themselves from street crime and has recently been revived....

Victorian self defense system Bartitsu incorporated grappling (Japanese Judo and…

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Sekiguchi-ryū iai / 関口流抜刀術 The word iaido approximately translates into English as "the way of mental presence and immediate reaction." It was coined in the 1930s, replacing the earlier and more literal name battōjutsu (抜刀術 "art of drawing the sword").

Sekiguchi-ryū iai / 関口流抜刀術 The word iaido approximately translates into English as "the way of mental presence and immediate reaction." It was coined in the replacing the earlier and more literal name battōjutsu (抜刀術 "art of drawing the sword").

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