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This common error in history books is noted in several sources including From SAMOZ to SAMBO by Anatoly Makovetskii and Lukashev's History of Hand-to-Hand Combat in the First Half of the 20th Century: Founders and Authors.
Sambo's early development stemmed from the independent efforts of Vasili Oshchepkov and Viktor Spiridonov to integrate the techniques of Catch wrestling, Judo, Jujutsu, and other foreign martial arts into native Turkic wrestling styles.
Spiridonov had envisioned integrating the most practical aspects of the world's fighting systems into one comprehensive style that could adapt to any threat.
Oschepkov had observed Kano Jigoro's distillation of Tenjin Shin'yo Ryu, Kito Ryu and Fusen Ryu Jiu-Jitsu into Judo, and he had developed the insight required to evaluate and integrate combative techniques into a new system.
Rather, their independent notions of hand-to-hand combat merged through cross-training between students and formulative efforts by their students and military staff.
While Oschepkov and Spiridonov did have occasion to collaborate, their efforts were not completely united.