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London: Hutchinson, 1984. Translated from Russian by J R Dorrell and based on the Authors own experiences. Born in France, his parents had brought him back to the Soviet Union as a child. Now, thanks to his rebellious streak of independence, he found himself not only expelled from the university, but a Sergeant in a Soviet artillery regiment patrolling the deadly border between Russia and China on the far eastern edge of Siberia, where the enemy was as ruthless and savage as the climate, where night raids are frequent and the tension between the two superpowers often spills over into minor but bloody fighting. Red bds with silver spine title, pp 170 in tight unread state, fresh and bright. Pictoral wrapper has faint yellowing o/w plastic coating is starting to lift at bottom front edge. CONDITION is not inscribed, chipped or worn.. First English. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good++. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.