Useful WMA links
http://www.wmaillustrated.com/ - the only print magazine specifically devoted to the full spectrum of European martial arts. High-quality articles by many of the top researcher/practitioners, and well worth supporting.
http://www.wmaw.us/2009/ - the Western Martial Arts Weekend is one of the major WMA conferences in the US. A four-day long weekend offering a huge range of classes and free sparring/fencing opportunities set in the beautiful DeKoven Center, a 19th century retreat.
http://artofcombat.org/public/thespi...n/aocflyer.htm - the International Martial Arts and Swordfighting Convention (ISMAC) is a four-day extravaganza of seminars and tournament competitions based at the Detroit Westin airport hotel.
Feel free to ask questions or add your own links.
www.thearma.org // One of the leading groups in Rennaissance-era Western Martial Arts, mainly longsword, cut & thrust and rapier.
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P.S.2: No, I ain't a JC nutrider.
A small website focused on clearly interpreting the techniques & methods of historical pankration.
http://forums.swordforum.com/forumdi...php?forumid=15 - the historical European swordsmanship forum at Sword Forum International.
http://www.bartitsu.org - the website of the Bartitsu Society.
ARMA is also studying unarmed combat, polaxe arms, sword and buckler, dagger