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The Outermost Frontier; A German Soldier in the Russian Campaign

by Pabst, Helmut

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London: Kimber Pocket Editions [1958]. (Mass market paperback) 191pp. Very good. Covers are bright and clean. Photographs. There is a small nick at the top of the spine and the covers are lightly puckered. Translated by Andrew Wilson & Eva Wilson. Locale: Russia. (World War 2, Personal Narratives, World War 2--European Theater).


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