The Story of My Struggle
Jang Publishers, 1991 - Generals - 249 pages
Autobiography of a retired major general of the Pakistan Army, who was tried and imprisoned in 1980 on charges of trying to overthrow Gen. Zia-ul-Haq's martial law government.
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