Dear Visitors

  This blog was started in 2012 as an exclusively Hungarian site to discuss mainly sabre related topics. Over the years it became evident that a considerable amount of visitors come from Russia, Ukraine, USA, Poland, France, Germany, Australia etc. 

   So I have decided to make easier for the foreign  readers to follow this blog.
  • In the settings the language has been already changed to English. So foreign visitors could easily find the commenting form at the end of each entry (usually seen as No comments:). There you can post your questions, remarks regarding a particular post or some more general issues. You can do this completely anonymously, if you wish to remain anonymous. (Please choose: Comment as Anonymous)   
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  • Soon at the end of each new post there will be a brief summary of its content.   
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  • Also I am planning to write a short summary for each of the older entries (2014-2018).
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  • I have translated all labels by which the blog can be searched.   
Enjoy your browsing!

Labels (clickable categories):

Ars Ensis;
backedgebook reviewBritish;
Conquest eracompetitionCossack;
fencing equipmentfencing rulesfencing safetyforumFrench;
HunHungarian gendarmerieHungarian martial art (baranta)hussar;
interesting (colorful); Italian;
local fencing variant (street fencing);
mastersmisconceptionmonster (sword);
National Library (OSZK); novel;
random (unintentional search result); recensionRussian;
Scythiansix cutsSpanishspear (lance); sword data;

Sword types:
falchion; storta;

Sorted by centuries:
9th; 10th; 11th; 14th; 15th; 16th; 17th; 18th; 19th; 20th21st;

Famous Hungarian fencing masters:
Arlow, Bay, Borsody, Chappon, Gerentsér, Szabó László (SZ), Tomanóczy-Geller (TG)

Hungarian writers, historians:
Fehér Béla; Hidán;

Other authors:
Rivkin; Zablocki;

P.S. 2.
√ = Done

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