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Principles of Squad Instruction for the Broadsword (Classic Reprint)
Antoine J. Corbesier
No preview available - 2016
1.—At the head—Cut 1.—Left flank—Cut 34 Cuts advance and retreat ATTACKS AND RIPOSTES back the right back the wrist blade 5 inches body Break ranks bring the edge Bring the sword BROADSWORD Change Guard Cheek—Parry 29 close the ranks complete circle Cut left DAVID D drawing back Drop the point elbow Execute the moulinets Feint at left flanlc.—Drop the point four paces full extent half-face hand as high Hand in Quarte Hand in Tierce head head—March—Guard instructor will cause instructor wishing left cheek left cheek—Cut left cheek—March—Guard left flank Left flank—Cut left flank—March—Guard left leg left moulinet left shoulder mand March—Guard motion opponent's sword point quickly posi rear Right cheek right flank Right flank—Cut right knee right nipple Rule 57 saber SECOND LESSON single rank stretch the arm sword quickly taking opposition THIRD LESSON Thrust—Guard thumb flat tion turn the knuckles University of California Upton's Tactics Vice-Admiral
Page 2 - Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1869, by JB LIPPINCOTT & CO., In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States, for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Page 15 - ... arm half extended, the thumb opposite to, and 6 inches from the neck, the blade perpendicular, the edge to the left, the thumb extended on the right side of the gripe, the little finger by the side of the others. Carry — SABRE. 1 time. 95. — At the last part of the command, which i?
Page 43 - ... the best- parry is to draw back the right foot quickly against the left, at the same time stretching the arm, bringing the sword in line (edge down) and cutting at the head, without defending one's self otherwise.