For centuries the Cossack horsemen have ridden 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 R.A.F. air-gunner who escaped from a German prison camp and rode with them!
Moderate general wear, some rubbing/wear to rear, mild tanning. Book is otherwise sound and in good condition. Bagged and boarded. Please examine photos carefully and see our notes on item condition before purchasing.