For centuries the Cossack horsemen rode to war over the mighty steppes, their sabres red with blood, their savage battle-cries chilling their enemies with fear. But their greatest battles came in the Second World War when they pitted horse and sabre against Nazi tanks and machine guns.
It was a hard, tough war, even for the Cossacks – so you can guess what it was like for an RAF air-gunner who escaped from a German prison camp and rode with them!
A nice copy, minor wear only. Clean and bright throughout and in very good condition. Bags and boards optional, please add during checkout if required. Please examine photos carefully and see our notes on item condition before purchasing.