Secrets of the Samurai; A Survey of the Martial Arts of Feudal Japan

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C. E. Tuttle, 1991 - 484 Seiten
A survey of the major specializations of the Japanese martial arts, known as bujutsu, discussing weapons, techniques, strategies, and the principles of combat, with an overview of the early struggles of warlords and the progression of the military class toward absolute power.

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Oscar Ratti and Adele Westbrook met at Columbia University in New York, where he was doing graduate work in classical languages and she studying philosophy. Both share a longtime interest in the thought and rituals of ancient civilizations. Experts on the Japanese warrior arts and ethos, they were also the authors of Aikido and the Dynamic Sphere.

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