Self-Defence Tutorial from 1933 | British Pathé

as soon as I realize I'm going to be attacked I hold my bag more firmly to my side I grip his wrist brought his arm forwards and upwards and place my disengaged arm across his body in this position it's quite easy for me to dislocate his elbow although his other arm is free it's quite impossible for him to strike me and I'm nearly as soon as I feel it arm around my neck I lean slightly forward grip his wrist and elbow and by bending my knees I know my center of gravity roughly speaking my hips below his center of gravity and by bending sharply forward notice I do not attempt to break away from his grip by bending well back encourages weight on to his toes I turned my body place his arm under mine and in this position it's quite easy for me to dislocate his elbow I had to thank or save my hand between his shoulders and kick away his only support now I'm going to give him a real throw I'm gripped in the same manner as before try I'm not having learned he is lucky this time I draw his body upwards to is in the form of a hoop I like gently on the floor placing one foot in his stomach the answers in the infirmary

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