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- MARS: Martial Arts Resource Site - http://rsc.anu.edu.au/~harry/PERSONAL/MARS.html
General information about Martial Arts. Essays, Classic Texts, Interviews, Profiles and Biographies, Research, Terminology, Styles, History of the Martial Arts.
- The Aikido FAQ - http://www.aikidofaq.com/
Information about all aspects of Aikido: introduction, history, philosophy, interviews, essays and articles, stories, links.
- Krav Maga Association - http://www.kravmaga.com/
Krav Maga is the official self defense technique of the Israeli Defense Forces; it emphasizes simple instinctive movements and realistic training scenarios.
- Shaolin Gung Fu Institute - http://www.shaolin.com/
Information regarding the traditions of the Shaolin order, including Shaolin martial arts (kung fu) and philosophy. It is dedicated to those Shaolin priests that risked their lives to flee a country wracked by civil war so that Shaolin knowledge might survive even if the temples themselves did not.
- Electronic Journals of Martial Arts and Sciences - http://ejmas.com/
Academic and popular e-journals concerning various aspects of the martial arts.
- Standford Martial Arts Program - http://smap.stanford.edu/
The Standford Martial Arts Program (SMAP) is a newly-created collective of the various martial arts groups practicing on the Stanford campus. You can check the Martial Arts Program 2001-2002 Handbook (PDF).
- A History of the Nunchaku - http://members.tripod.com/~Nunchaku/about_e.htm
Personal site dedicated to the Nunchaku, a weapon made of 2 sticks linked to each other by a short string.
- Don Danulf's Academy of Defence - http://www.musketeer.org/
Resources for the Study of Dueling and Fencing. "Teaching the Noble Science of Elizabethian Fencing."
- Kyudo: The Art of Japanese Archery - http://www.tardis.ed.ac.uk/~ajcd/archery/faq/kyudo.html
Frequently Asked Questions about Kyudo, the art of Japanese archery.
- European Medieval Swords - http://www.vikingsword.com/
The swords of mediaeval Europe.
- Horizon Muay Thai Boxing Camp - http://www.horizonmuaythai.com/
Muay Thai boxing training camp in southern Thailand which accepts foreigners. Site features Muay Thai history and traditions as well as training tips and techniques.