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Very Good. The Cavalry Maiden: Journals of a Female Russian Officer in the Napoleonic Wars (Paladin Books) by Durova, Nadezhda, 1990-07-12. Text in English, Russian. B-format paperback. 288 p. Paladin Books. .
Good. Trade Paperback. Translated with an introduction and notes by Mary Fleming Zirin. xxxvi, 242pp, two appendices, selective bibliography, index. Page edges lightly tanned. Remainder line by the spine foot. Covers worn with a creased upper corner front cover upper corner. 'Disguised as a man, Nadezhda Durova (1783-1866) served nearly ten years in the Russian light cavalry during the Napoleonic wars. This is an account of the peacetime life of Russian soldiers billeted in the Polish lands of Western Russia; combat and retreat before the Napoleonic invasion of 1812; and, above all, "the man's world" as seen through the eyes of a strong-willed Russian gentleman living in male guise. '
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