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  1. James Herring James Herring says:

    Interesting memoire of an isolated place at a tumultuous moment in history Follows the life of Paul Nazaroff a Russian geologist and botanist an Czarist as he flees from the Bolsheviks in Russian Turkmenistan in 1919 It reads half as an indictment of the Soviets and half as a scientific study of the peoples cultures flora and fauna of Turkmenistan


  2. Tom Johnson Tom Johnson says:

    everything i like in a book first published in 1932 translated from Russian by Paul's friend Malcolm Burr


  3. Patrick Billings Patrick Billings says:

    Memoirs of a freedom fighter well not freedom fighter but czarist that was fighting the communist movement in Turkmenistan Forced to flee he makes his way thru the high passes around Tian Shan to try to reach Kashgar He is being hunted like an animal by the Soviets Another great book on the region


  4. Jake Jake says:

    terrible white russian being pursued by even terrible red russians


  5. Roar Roar says:

    Interesting but a lot of attention is given to nature animals plants etc Some might find it boring Paul Nazaroff is also described in Peter Hopkirks book Setting the East Ablaze


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Hunted Through Central Asia [Read] ➪ Hunted Through Central Asia By Paul Nazaroff – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Paul Nazaroff was the ringleader of a desperate plot to overthrow the Bolsheviks in Central Asia in 1918 He was betrayed to the Secret Police who declared him the most dangerous counter revolutionary Paul Nazaroff was the ringleader of a desperate plot to overthrow the Bolsheviks in Central Asia in He was betrayed to the Secret Police who declared him the most dangerous counter revolutionary at large in the Tashkent regionThus began his extraordinary catalogue of adventures a long and distant odyssey which would Hunted Through ePUB ´ take me right across Central Asia over the Himalayas to the plains of Hindustan As he fled from Lenin's men he was aided by the indigenous peoples of the region the Kirghiz and the Sarts and for months he was forced to live the life of a hunted animalPeter Hopkirk has contributed a fascinating introduction to this thrilling tale of espionage and survival against all odds as well as an epilogue which reveals Nazaroff's later fortunes.

  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Hunted Through Central Asia
  • Paul Nazaroff
  • English
  • 12 July 2014
  • 9780192803689