Item #374 Na Privolnykh Stepiakh Kubanskikh (On The Free Steppes of Kuban). Fedor Ivanovich Gorb, Gorb-Kubansky pseud: Theodor Kubansky.

Na Privolnykh Stepiakh Kubanskikh (On The Free Steppes of Kuban)

Patterson, NJ: Author's publ. 1955. Original publisher's wrappers. Item #374

Book measures: 21.5 x 14 cm. 441 pages: portrait. Text in Russian. A gently worn and soiled copy with a minor fold along the front wrapper; light foxing throughout the book.

This novel is the first part of a trilogy based on the fate of Kuban' Cossacks in the first two decades of the 20th century and deals with the period leading up to the First World War.

Fedor Kubansky - Kuban Cossack, priest. In 1938, he was repressed and imprisoned in camps for three years. In 1942, he was mobilized and sent to the front, where he was captured. He avoided repatriation to the Soviet Union, and from 1949, he lived in the USA. In 1963, he was ordained a priest (Orthodox Church in America). Served as rector in Jackson, New Jersey. Author of numerous publications and books about the Russian Cossacks.

Price: $100.00