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Thread: Research into British Jujitsu

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    Thanks, very interesting.
    Loved your book by the way.

    Eugene McFadden

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    Tony --

    I haven't read your material on Mrs. Garrud, but I've read some of Emelyne's. Emelyne has a chapter called "Jujutsuffragettes" in the encyclopedia, actually.

    JOe

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    Eugene,
    Glad you like "Working with Warriors" I really wanted to give Terry O'Neill and Gary Spiers the recognition they deserve as awesome fighting men.
    Cheers,
    Den

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    Den-
    Yeah, they were tough guys, weren't they?

    Your website has been very helpful: the Fairbairn stick method is a clear precursor to the straight baton kata I was taught back at Ishin Ryu, which I suspect is the same as the WJJF syllabus kata, I may need to ask someone about that.

    Eugene McFadden

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    We have some interesting material on Early Liverpool Ju Jutsu

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