GET TOUGH BY W.E.FAIRBAIRN IN PDF

He served in one of the red light districts. During his service with the International Police in Shanghai, Fairbairn reportedly engaged in hundreds of street fights in the course of his duties over a twenty-year career, where he organised and headed a special anti-riot squad. Much of his body, arms, legs, torso, even the palms of his hands, were covered with scars from knife wounds from those fights. He also developed numerous firearms training courses and police equipment, including a special metal-lined bulletproof vest designed to stop high-velocity bullets from the 7.

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Fairbairn was a Police Commisioner in Shanghai in the s, was one of the first non-Japanese black belts in Judo certified by the founder of Judo, Jigoro Kano , and during his time in Shanghai, devised systems of both close-range gunfighting and hand-to-hand combat--assets that were desperately needed for him and his men both westerners One of the people that has had the most impact on how people fight and kill other people without using firearms in the modern era is William E.

Fairbairn was a Police Commisioner in Shanghai in the s, was one of the first non-Japanese black belts in Judo certified by the founder of Judo, Jigoro Kano , and during his time in Shanghai, devised systems of both close-range gunfighting and hand-to-hand combat--assets that were desperately needed for him and his men both westerners and ethnic Chinese when locked in lethal struggle with the ruthless Triad gangs many of whom were crack shots, and highly skilled in Chinese Boxing, aka: kung fu.

He called this system "Defendu", and it was one of the first "Western Hybrid" arts, derived from elements of Japanese and Chinese fighting arts. The art of Defendu addressed unarmed combat as well as the use of sticks, knives and improvised weaponry as well as defending against same with a feral savagery that seems to be distinctly different from other systems of the time.

At the onset of WW2, Fairbairn provided his services and insights to the British and American forces fighting the Axis threat. His method, which became known during WW2 as "Gutter Fighting" or "the Silent Killing" course and which was constantly refined and perfected through the course of the war , was taught to commandos and other Special Forces units, guerillas, saboteurs, and the agents of the Office of Strategic Services OSS, the precursors to the modern CIA, via his student Col.

It is still taught to people who have a real need to have hard skills to manage and survive a violent encounter, and is one of the most tested and effective methods of hand-to-hand fighting to date. Jack Bauer? James Bond? Jason Bourne?

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Get Tough W E Fairbairn

Fairbairn was a Police Commisioner in Shanghai in the s, was one of the first non-Japanese black belts in Judo certified by the founder of Judo, Jigoro Kano , and during his time in Shanghai, devised systems of both close-range gunfighting and hand-to-hand combat--assets that were desperately needed for him and his men both westerners One of the people that has had the most impact on how people fight and kill other people without using firearms in the modern era is William E. Fairbairn was a Police Commisioner in Shanghai in the s, was one of the first non-Japanese black belts in Judo certified by the founder of Judo, Jigoro Kano , and during his time in Shanghai, devised systems of both close-range gunfighting and hand-to-hand combat--assets that were desperately needed for him and his men both westerners and ethnic Chinese when locked in lethal struggle with the ruthless Triad gangs many of whom were crack shots, and highly skilled in Chinese Boxing, aka: kung fu. He called this system "Defendu", and it was one of the first "Western Hybrid" arts, derived from elements of Japanese and Chinese fighting arts. The art of Defendu addressed unarmed combat as well as the use of sticks, knives and improvised weaponry as well as defending against same with a feral savagery that seems to be distinctly different from other systems of the time.

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Get Tough! : How to Win in Hand to Hand Fighting by W. E. Fairbairn (2017, Paperback)

About this product Product Information This book, by the man who taught them, shows how the British Commandos fought in the Second World War in unarmed hand-to hand combat. It shows how they won their fights - even against enemies who were bigger, stronger, and armed. Brute strength is not required. Fairbairn, was a tough Police officer who spent 30 years with the Shanghai Municipal Police, where he learned ju-jitsu Judo , Chinese boxing and other martial arts. He was senior instructor to British Special Forces during the war, and was the co-inventor of the legendary Sykes-Fairbairn Commando knife. While in China he became the first foreigner, living outside Japan, ever admitted to Kodokan Jiu-Jutsu University in Tokyo where he was awarded the black belt, second degree. Combining all the knowledge thus acquired he developed a system that stopped the Shanghai terrorists in their tracks, demoralised the Nazis, and probably proved a decisive factor in the success of Allied Special forces in World War Two.

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