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How America Learned to Fight Dirty

Published Aug. 29, 2021

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While fighting the Japanese during World War II, the Americans believed that their enemies had skillful martial arts expertise and guarded cultural secrets in their fighting style.


The military then sought help from several martial artists such as boxers, wrestlers, and even knife-fighters, to teach hand-to-hand combat to American soldiers.


Still, there was one eccentric personality that stood out among them: François D’Eliscu. Both a piercing intellectual and a fierce warrior, D’Eliscu’s mentality changed the way soldiers trained in the US.


He once wrote: “Our enemies have been toughened, seasoned, and experienced to jungle fighting for a long time. They have been preparing for war - we have been enjoying a Utopian peace of mind. The French learned this too late.”


As images and footage of actual events are not always available, Dark Docs sometimes utilizes similar historical images and footage for dramatic effect. I do my best to keep it as visually accurate as possible. All content on Dark Docs is researched, produced, and presented in historical context for educational purposes. We are history enthusiasts and are not always experts in some areas, so please don't hesitate to reach out to us with corrections, additional information, or new ideas.

Published Aug. 29, 2021

Get your SPECIAL OFFER for MagellanTV here: https://try.magellantv.com/darkdocs. It's an exclusive opportunity for our viewers! Start your free trial today. MagellanTV is a new kind of streaming service run by filmmakers with 3,000+ documentaries! Check out more videos from MagellanTV's War and Military playlists: https://www.magellantv.com/genres/war-military


While fighting the Japanese during World War II, the Americans believed that their enemies had skillful martial arts expertise and guarded cultural secrets in their fighting style.


The military then sought help from several martial artists such as boxers, wrestlers, and even knife-fighters, to teach hand-to-hand combat to American soldiers.


Still, there was one eccentric personality that stood out among them: François D’Eliscu. Both a piercing intellectual and a fierce warrior, D’Eliscu’s mentality changed the way soldiers trained in the US.


He once wrote: “Our enemies have been toughened, seasoned, and experienced to jungle fighting for a long time. They have been preparing for war - we have been enjoying a Utopian peace of mind. The French learned this too late.”


As images and footage of actual events are not always available, Dark Docs sometimes utilizes similar historical images and footage for dramatic effect. I do my best to keep it as visually accurate as possible. All content on Dark Docs is researched, produced, and presented in historical context for educational purposes. We are history enthusiasts and are not always experts in some areas, so please don't hesitate to reach out to us with corrections, additional information, or new ideas.

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