Powerful account of the differences between Indian and British cultures set in the trenches of World War 1. Masters was a genius at interpreting this difference, that he understood so well, being a complete Britisher and complete Indian himself. Shame that he felt he had to leave India after independence, like that other stalwart of his breed: Jim Corbett.
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