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Corvina Press (Budapest?), 1971. Hardcover, 8" x 5½", with dust jacket. Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, stickers, barcode etc. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Black cloth-bound boards with white title to spine and front, and 106 b&w clearly-drawn diagrams. This is one of the first books to note the changes brought about by the introduction of the method of registering hits by an electric apparatus. It makes a realistic division of the fencing target from a purely practical aspect, taking into account the frequency of the possibilityof hitting various parts of the body. The author, fencing master to the Hungarian national squad, explains the part the electric apparartus has played and its influence on techniques and tactics. The drawings presents the fencer's movements not in rigid end positions, but in trying to resolve the movements, taking into account the natural laws of the intermediary stages.