Children are taught how to fence in Budapest, Hungary.
Soviet Union fencing championship is held in Lvov, Ukraine.
The World Fencing Championship finals take place in Vilnius, Russia.
Young Russian fencers competition.
Agesilao Greco, Italian fencing master
Italy wins a fencing contest against France with 29 points to 21.
Italian Fencing Champs - Renzo and Giuliano Nostini - seen at their everyday jobs.
Japanese sailors sumo wrestling and fencing on ship.
Japanese men give a demonstration of Kendo.
Sport of Japanese fencing is demonstrated.
Planning sword fight for the stage.
The fencer Leon Bertrand demonstrates his technique for Evelyn Laye and Barrie Livesey.
Young boys practice their fencing skills - some slow motion.
Women are seen fencing - some slow motion footage. One of the women featured is Gladys Davis.
Stage performance of the Noel Coward play Bitter-Sweet - unedited material.
New electronic device to register a hit in fencing.
A device used to assist in the judging of fencing matches.
Old fashioned and modern fencing equipment is contrasted - some slow motion shots of fencing.
Woman fencing instructor teaches women.
Charles Eade explains the sport of fencing as we see several British Champions in action.
Remarkable display of German athletes and gymnasts at Aachen.
A young boy and his father practice their fencing technique in the grounds of Brighton Pavilion.
Massive parade of Soviet athletes fill Red Square.
Professor Tassart gives a young boy a fencing lesson.
Two bare chested men sword fighting in woodland glade.
Young girls are taught to fence by Professor Tassart Parkins.
Famous clown Grock gives a show, fencing competition and child boxer in London.
Fencing demonstration - the duellists are A.H. Corble and Professor F.G. McPherson.
Hungarian horsemen display some of their skills with the horses.
Members of the Mediaeval Society fight with authentic weapons in a Kent field.
Traditional Japanese sword fighting is kept alive in a school hall in South London.
Behind the scenes shots of the making of a Japanese Samurai film.
Quirky item showing students play acting being Hollywood movie makers.
Staged re-enactment of Russian soldiers on the front hearing news of revolution.