Published in 1934: This book describes his adventures and experiences among the Nomads of Central Asia.
Book 1: 1. The Origin of the Krebs Expedition 2. The Journey Out 3. Outside the Wall 4. The Land of Memories 5. The Robber Princess 6. The Desert 7. The Cloister of God 8. On to the North-West Book 2: 1. The Arrival at Bulgun Tal 2. Pioneer Life, Exorcism and Russian Baths 3. Christmas at Bulgun Tal 4. The Steppe becomes out Home 5. Fur Transport under Difficulties 6. Spring 7. A Ride to the Post 8. I become a Father 9. We fill our barns 10. The Long Arm of the Soviet Revolution 11. A Difficult Act of Friendship 12. The Journey Home 13. Customs Examination and Christmas Tree Tinsel 14. Winter Fur Campaign Book 3: 1. Journey's End --Kiakt 2. Round the Camp Fire 3. The Trading Station, "Alpino Serai" 4. Is there more between Heaven and Earth…? 5. The Snowstorm. Sava comes back 6. Peril to Northward 7. In Captivity 8. Daily Life in the Prison at Shinkish 9. On the way to Freedom 10. Back in Mongolia 11. The Shaman 12. In Nature's Bosom 13. A Dangerous Travelling Companion 14. A Man's way is only one-The way Preordained by fate (Mongolian Proverb)
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