Fabian Garin

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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.[1] 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).


  1. ^ "Index of persons" (in Russian). Proza.ru. Retrieved 2011-01-16.