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Historical Fencing Society gets to the point with medieval martial art

The Long Island Historical Fencing Society focuses on teaching and practicing the martial art of sword fighting the way it was actually practiced in the 1200s-1500s (and not the sensationalized methods we see on TV and in the movies). April 13, 2017. (Credit: Newsday / Jeffrey Basinger)

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