Prussian M1811 ‘Blücher’ Sabre vs British 1796 Light Cavalry Sabre

The Prussian M1811 ‘Blücher’ sabre is often mistaken for the British 1796 light cavalry sabre. Here we take a look at the Prussian sword and see why Napoleon called the British a ‘nation of shop keepers’. Extra videos on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scholagladiatoria

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Fall Creek Suttlery

We have been in the Sutler business for Forty One Years in 2019, supplying Civil War reenactors, living historians, museums, movie productions and Victorian Era buffs with reproduction goods to make their impressions complete. We manufacture a large percentage of the goods we sell in Indiana. Website: https://www.fcsutler.com Facebook: Fall Creek Suttlery

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Academia Leontes: this is how Byzantines fought

Georgios Georgas is an instructor of historical martial arts in the Academy of historical European Martial Arts “Leontes” – club focused on late Byzantine and post-Byzantine period of history but they also study and practice ancient, medieval, renaissance and modern swordsmanship. “As far I remember myself, I grew up with the epics stories and poems…