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Book about Polish Lancers in World War One

September 12 2010 at 4:05 PM

michael lee smith  (Login studiocityslicker)
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I have a book somewhere, just can't locate it now, which I recall as an autobiography about being in Polish Cavalry or Lancers or Hussars in World War One and I think it has some post war stuff in it too. I think it was called "Tale of a Polish Lancer " or something but I can't find it on Google, no matter what terms I put in the search.

I have a friend who does Polish Winged Hussars re-enactments with his horse, and he keeps telling me there's no such book, if there was he would have it in his collection. I swear I read it, lots of old time turn of the century chivalry in it as well as many tales of the sordid side of war. I'm remembering it as maybe a translation, published in the 1930s? At least my copy is/was very old.

Anybody know what I'm talking about? If I can't find my book, I'd like to at least find it on Amazon or something so he can have a copy..

Thanks for any help
Michael Smith
Los Angeles

Michael Lee Smith

This message has been edited by studiocityslicker from IP address on Sep 12, 2010 4:06 PM

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  1. Never mind, found it! - Anonymous on Sep 13, 2010, 11:14 AM
  3. Got me curious - Jeff Hamblen on Sep 13, 2010, 11:33 PM

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