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Yves Dreyfus of France and István Kausz of Hungary during a men's fencing team match at the 1964 Olympics.

Tokio - Jeux Olympiques - le Français Dreyfus au cours de son assaut contre le Hongrois Kausz dans la compétition "Epee Par…

Two fencers pictured during a match at the 1964 Olympics.

Ildikó Ujlaky of Hungary (left) and Lyudmila Shishova of Russia (right) engaged in a match during the women's team fencing finals at the 1964 Olympics.

Two fencers engaged in a match at the 1964 Olympics.

Marie-Chantal Depetris of France (left) and Janet C. Bewley Cathie of Great Britain (right) shown during the elimination round of the Women's Team Fencing event at the 1964 Olympics.

The Russian, Polish, and French Men's Fencing Teams shown on the winners' podium at the 1964 Olympics. The Russian team (center) finished first, the Polish team (left) won second place, and the French team (right) placed third.

Two fencers engaged in a match during the 1964 Olympics. The individual on the left appears braced for an attack while their opponent is shown mid-leap.

Ionel Drîmbă (Romania), Jenő Kamuti (Hungary), and Daniel Revenu (France) are recognized for winning their respective individual foil medals (Drîmbă, gold; Kamuti, silver; Revenu, bronze).

Jean-Pierre Allemand of France celebrates his victory over Switzerland's Peter Loocher at the 1968 Olympic Finals.

Antonella Ragno of Italy wins Bronze in individual foil at the 1964 Olympics. Text on back of photograph details her Olympic history (including her future 1972 gold medal win, indicating the information was added at a later date).

Tibor Pézsa of Hungary wins gold in individual sabre at the 1964 Olympics

Two Fencers compete at the 1964 Olympics.

A Fencer at the 1964 Olympics is examined by medical staff.

The Polish team celebrates Egon Franke's win for Individual Foil at the 1964 Olympics

Gytte Minton (left) of Great Britain and Maria del Pilar Cerra (right) of the U.S. stand in front of the scoreboard during the Women's Olympic Foil competition at the 1948 Olympic Games.

Caption on reverse:
Women Know Their Foils
Wembley, Eng:…

Mohamed Zulficar of Egypt (right) during his Olympic Individual Sabre bout against Mexico's Benito Ramos Ramos at the Palace of Engineering, Wembley.

Antonio Haro Oliva (right) of Mexico just before his match with his opponent at the 1948 Olympics. The caption of this photo names Haro Oliva's opponent as "Docusen," but such an individual with that name did not compete that year.

Caption on…

General Tirso Hernández (left), Martita Roth (middle), and Rómulo Timperi (right) photographed at a party in Timperi's honor.

Caption on reverse:
La gracia personificada en la gentilísima y bella Martita Roth, hijita del extraordinario…

View of the Individual Sabre Championship at Wembley's Palace of Engineering, London. Hungary's Pál Ádám Kovács (left) is seen during his bout with Antonio Haro Oliva (Mexico). The finals ended with Kovács occupying the third place to compatriot…

France's Jacques Édmond Émile Lefèvre (left) competing against Antonio Haro Oliva (Mexico) in the final pool of the Individual Sabre championship of the 1948 Olympic Games at the Palace of Engineering, Wembley, London, today, August 13. The title was…
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