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    The early days of Judo in Czechoslovak Republic (and the contribution of the London Budokwai)

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    Post by Reinberger on Tue May 10, 2016 2:01 am

    I think it's Sarah Mayer in action together with Hatta Ichiro (one of the leading exponents of the Japanese combination of Jūdō/freestyle-wrestling I wrote about in my last post), that we can see here (starting at 4:53) in an Austrian newsreel from 1935 (from "Oesterreichisches Filmmuseum"):

    https://player.vimeo.com/video/83847608?color=c64498#t=4m53s

    Here is something about Hatta Ichiro from Joseph Svinth's "Journal of Combative Sports":

    http://ejmas.com/jcs/2005jcs/jcsart_hatta_1205.html

    And something about the acquaintanceship between Mayer and Hatta from a letter Sarah Mayer wrote to Gunji Koizumi in 1934, published at the same site:

    http://ejmas.com/jcs/jcsart_mayer1_0400.htm


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    Post by Reinberger on Mon Jul 11, 2016 9:19 pm

    In 1935 and 1936, F.S. Dobó appeared several times on different Czechoslovakian radio stations:

    On Saturday, February 17th, 1935 Dobó, together with a certain Stein, had a discussion about Jiu-Jitsu at 14:50 on Radio Prague II.The early days of Judo in Czechoslovak Republic (and the contribution of the London Budokwai) - Page 2 193502171450sadoboradiopragii


    On Thursday, January 30th of 1936, at 18:30 Dobó held a lecture titled "Defend yourself (Jiu-Jitsu)" on Radio Brno.The early days of Judo in Czechoslovak Republic (and the contribution of the London Budokwai) - Page 2 193601301830dodoboradiobrno


    Then there was a radio broadcast on Sunday February 21st, 1936, at 18:40, were Dobó talked about "Something from 'Jiu-Jitsu' " on Radio Bratislava.The early days of Judo in Czechoslovak Republic (and the contribution of the London Budokwai) - Page 2 193602211840sodoboradiobratisl

    Sources are different issues of the Viennese radio program guide "Radio Wien".


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    Post by noboru on Tue Nov 08, 2016 8:06 pm

    Thank you a lot Robert.

    They are from archive of Mr. Frantisek Illek. Date of photos 2.11.1934. They are from Jiujitsu lessons in Straka academy lead by Mr. F.S. Dobó.

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    Post by Reinberger on Tue Nov 08, 2016 10:12 pm

    Thank you, Petr!

    Did you notice, that on those pictures Dobo wears similar wrestling trousers - reinforced with leather at the knees - Higashi Katsukuma and others wore very often, 30 years earlier?

    Another thing, that did catch my eye, was the "snappish" way, Dobo wore his obi-knot. Josef Ebetshuber, a prominent Austrian JJ-teacher, who has started training in 1925, always wore his knot in a similar fashion (more to one side than in the center) the whole life, until his death in 1988. I think that is something, that was in vogue in Europe since the interwar period.The early days of Judo in Czechoslovak Republic (and the contribution of the London Budokwai) - Page 2 EBETSH32 The early days of Judo in Czechoslovak Republic (and the contribution of the London Budokwai) - Page 2 JEJUDAN


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    Post by noboru on Thu Feb 02, 2017 2:59 am

    Budokwai kyu grading confirmation from 1938 - summer jiujitsu school in Czechoslovakia under Mr. Stokes and Layons from Budokwai London.

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    Post by Reinberger on Tue May 23, 2017 1:54 am

    A notice about Dobó teaching Jiu-Jitsu to employees of a security company in Brno, that appeared at page 4 of "Tagesbote" from 9. Oct. 1934.
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    Post by Udon on Tue May 23, 2017 8:57 am

    The tatami in the photos made me wince.
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    Post by noboru on Wed May 24, 2017 5:49 pm

    Reinberger wrote:A notice about Dobó teaching Jiu-Jitsu to employees of a security company in Brno, that appeared at page 4 of "Tagesbote" from 9. Oct. 1934.

    Thank you a lot, I'm sharing it in czech judo people. You did a lot for understanding czechoslovak judo / jiujitsu roots. Thank you a lot.

    Udon wrote:The tatami in the photos made me wince.

    I think there are old gymnastics mats from leather and filled up cow and horse hair.
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    The early days of Judo in Czechoslovak Republic (and the contribution of the London Budokwai) - Page 2 Empty T.P.Leggett lead judo camp in July 1937 in Czechoslovakia

    Post by noboru on Thu Jul 19, 2018 12:27 am

    Some photos with T.P.Leggett. He taugh judo and lead judo camp in July 1937 in Czechoslovakia ( Kačák valley near village Unhošt near city Kladno). Source: Bauer Václav

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    The early days of Judo in Czechoslovak Republic (and the contribution of the London Budokwai) - Page 2 Empty some photos from czech judokas and Kitayama Junyu

    Post by noboru on Wed Jan 30, 2019 8:29 pm

    Here are some photos from czech judokas and Kitayama Junyu from 1950-1960. teaching judo, teaching selfdefence, teaching woman selfdefence,
    Building space for training (wood sawdust under the mats)

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