DEFENDU BY W.E.FAIRBAIRN 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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Development[ edit ] Based on his training and knowledge in boxing, wrestling, Savate, Jujutsu, Judo and street fighting he was involved in during his police work, Fairbairn began to develop his own system of hand to hand combat , initially referring to it as "Defendu". It was designed to be simple to learn and to provide effective results. Fairbairn published his book, Defendu, in [2] re-printed as Scientific Self Defence in , illustrating this method and it is here that the term "Defendu" first appeared.

Fairbairn and others expanded on this system to create the Close Quarters Combat system that was then taught to the troops. This system was built on Defendu, but modified for military applications, rather than police and riot control.

The original Defendu was oriented towards self-defense and restraint , while the Close Quarters Combat system concentrated on rapid disabling of an opponent, with potentially lethal force. The militarized version of Defendu is described in the military manual All in fighting , used as a supplement during WW2 CQB-training. This book was later published in a civilian edition, missing the chapters on bayonet-fighting and rifle sighting, under the name Get Tough!

Armed Forces. Fairbairn published several more books on the subject of self-defense, all of which refer to Defendu only in relation to the earlier book. World War II[ edit ] The start of the Second World War saw the Allied forces needing every advantage to give their soldiers and special forces a winning edge. Immediately, Fairbairn was commissioned in the British Commandos and ordered to teach a lethal version of his system at the Commando school in Scotland.

Army studied under Fairbairn. Through Col. Applegate and other instructors such as Col. Anthony Biddle , these highly effective skills were taught to U. Fairbairn to North America , and Sykes to SOE, where he trained special agents for behind the lines duties[ clarification needed ]. Agents were trained in depth to dispose of their enemy quickly and quietly with brutal effectiveness.

Following his instruction at Camp X, Fairbairn was rejoined by Col. As close quarters battle or unarmed combat training progressed throughout this period, it was added to and refined utilising western fighting principles.

Basic principles[ edit ] Defendu encourages its practitioner to end a confrontation as quickly as possible using "ungentlemanly" means by rapidly attacking vital spot area such as the groin, throat, side of the neck, shin, eyes, ears, etc. These strikes are taught as a method and not as a disconnected isolated strikes found in traditional martial arts.

Done properly, these strikes will "chain" at each other just like boxing. Defendu was also designed to be able to be mastered in a mere days due to the extremely compressed curriculum.

Students are also taught to always take initiative, employ artifice, and remains at offense as no block or parry were found on the system.

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History of Self Defense: Fairbairn’s Defendu

Development[ edit ] Based on his training and knowledge in boxing, wrestling, Savate, Jujutsu, Judo and street fighting he was involved in during his police work, Fairbairn began to develop his own system of hand to hand combat , initially referring to it as "Defendu". It was designed to be simple to learn and to provide effective results. Fairbairn published his book, Defendu, in [2] re-printed as Scientific Self Defence in , illustrating this method and it is here that the term "Defendu" first appeared. Fairbairn and others expanded on this system to create the Close Quarters Combat system that was then taught to the troops. This system was built on Defendu, but modified for military applications, rather than police and riot control. The original Defendu was oriented towards self-defense and restraint , while the Close Quarters Combat system concentrated on rapid disabling of an opponent, with potentially lethal force. The militarized version of Defendu is described in the military manual All in fighting , used as a supplement during WW2 CQB-training.

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Fairbairn Quarters Combat. The origin and development of this method rests in great part with the famed Lt. Colonel William Ewart Fairbairn. As a teenager Fairbairn enlisted with the British Royal Marines. During his tour of duty he successfully competed in and developed new methods for bayonet fighting, for which annual international military competitions were held. He also served as part of the legation guard for the British Consul in Seoul, Korea. Shanghai during this period was considered by most authorities to be the roughest police beat in the world.

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