Fabian Abramovich Garin (1895—1990) was a Russian writer and World War II veteran. He had graduated from the Kyiv Polytechnic Institute in 1924, but lived and worked in Moscow. Among his works are documentary and belletristic books Towards the Pole (1937), The Expulsion of Napoleon (1948), Vasily Blücher (1963–67) and The Flowers on Tanks (1963).
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