The Sherlock Holmes School of Self Defence

The Manly Art of Bartitsu as used against Professor Moriarty

E.W. Barton-Wright

When Sherlock Holmes wrestled Professor Moriarty on the Reichenbach Falls, he was employing a system of self-defence that was popular in Victorian Britain – the little known art of Bartitsu. Learn how to defend yourself against an attacker using Bartitsu – with an overcoat, cane, or umbrella or even just your bare hands – accompanied by historic documents and illustrated instructions.

E.W. Barton-Wright studied jiu jitsu and judo in Japan during the 1890s, and set up a school-at-arms in Britain called Bartitsu.

  • 128 pages
  • H 178mm x W 110mm
  • harback
  • two colour throughout
  • 13,000 words
  • Printed ISBN:978-1-907332-73-9
  • Epub ISBN:978-1-78240-090-5
  • MOBI ISBN: 978-1-78240-091-2

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