The importance of books 36: Roberto Martinez-Loyo

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This is a series of interviews with well-known HEMA practitioners from around the world. The subject is the importance of books in the HEMA community. Personally, I think books are immensely important to the community (and in general!), but I am interested to find out more about how other people see the issue.

This week’s interview is with Roberto Martinez-Loyo, who is a well-known international instructor and competitor.

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The importance of books 35: Mishaël Lopes Cardozo

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This is a series of interviews with well-known HEMA practitioners from around the world. The subject is the importance of books in the HEMA community. Personally, I think books are immensely important to the community (and in general!), but I am interested to find out more about how other people see the issue.

This week’s interview is with Mishaël Lopes Cardozo, who is a well-known international instructor and competitor.

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The importance of books 34: Alen Lovrič

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This is a series of interviews with well-known HEMA practitioners from around the world. The subject is the importance of books in the HEMA community. Personally, I think books are immensely important to the community (and in general!), but I am interested to find out more about how other people see the issue.

This week’s interview is with Alen Lovrič, who is a well-known international fencer and reviewer of fencing equipment.

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The importance of books 33: Cory Winslow

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This is a series of interviews with well-known HEMA practitioners from around the world. The subject is the importance of books in the HEMA community. Personally, I think books are immensely important to the community (and in general!), but I am interested to find out more about how other people see the issue.

This week’s interview is with Cory Winslow, who is a well-known international instructor, researcher, and translator.

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The importance of books 32: Daniel Jaquet

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This is a series of interviews with well-known HEMA practitioners from around the world. The subject is the importance of books in the HEMA community. Personally, I think books are immensely important to the community (and in general!), but I am interested to find out more about how other people see the issue.

This week’s interview is with Daniel Jaquet, who is a well-known international instructor and researcher.

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The importance of books 31: Ties Kool

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This is a series of interviews with well-known HEMA practitioners from around the world. The subject is the importance of books in the HEMA community. Personally, I think books are immensely important to the community (and in general!), but I am interested to find out more about how other people see the issue.

This week’s interview is with Ties Kool, who is a well-known international instructor and competitor.

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The importance of books 30: Ilkka Hartikainen

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This is a series of interviews with well-known HEMA practitioners from around the world. The subject is the importance of books in the HEMA community. Personally, I think books are immensely important to the community (and in general!), but I am interested to find out more about how other people see the issue.

This week’s interview is with Ilkka Hartikainen, who is a well-known international instructor and competitor.

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