Giuseppe Radaelli

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Giuseppe Radaelli, a 19th-century Milanese fencer of the Italian school of swordsmanship, is noted for the development of modern sabre play with a light, narrow-bladed weapon. Radaelli was a teacher of mounted troops and was concerned exclusively with the military use of the sabre. He is known for the book, "Istruzione per la Scherma de Sciabola e di Spada."

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