|Title:||The Lives of a Bengal Lancer|
|Publisher:||Victor Gollancz Ltd|
|Tags:||biography, non-fiction, World War I, James Tait Black Memorial Prize, film adaptation|
Reminiscences of the author's life in the pre-WWI Indian cavalry, his WWI experiences as an airborne observer in Mesopotamia, his capture and imprisonment by the Turks, his escape and re-capture, and his post-WWI seeking of enlightenment through Hinduism. [Suggest a different description.]
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