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This handbook was written during World War II, not for commandos or professional wrestlers, but for Canada's Home Guard - that is, for ordinary people. The continued interest in and demand for an illustrated book on this subject resulted in its reissue in its wartime format. The author, of the Royal Canadian Artillery, believes that knowledge of self-defense is a sound investment on anybody's part at any time - not just during war - and he sets out to provide that knowledge. The text is clear and straightforward, and the illustrations make misunderstanding impossible. This book is essential for anybody with an interest in self-defense, weapons or military combat
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