Fate decreed that the Cossack survived the incidents that happened to him and the dangerous situations he was in during the war years. His memories of those days of war gave him many years of struggle to survive the onslaughts from the Bolshevik elements from within the division he had fought with during the fight against the hordes of Yugoslav and Italian partisans.
The English officer who found the Cossack, befriended him, and afterwards married his sister after searching with her to find her brother in Austria. The story takes so many twists and turns and visits so many beautiful countries in winter and in summer.
Amsel, the Cossack's arch enemy, a Yugoslav partisan, and leader of a large group of men who had decided that they must seek out and destroy all Cossacks in their area, unfortunately, the Naked Cossack was one of the many that they sought, because a minority of the Bolsheviks had found out about the Cossack Andrei's close association with the Tsar and Tsarina's great wealth, after their assassination.
This dangerous mission was passed on to him, and his sister, after the assassination of their own father. Andrei the Cossack owed much to the British officer, Captain Hugh MacDonald who had befriended him throughout the bitterness between the Yugoslav and Italian Partisans, to ultimately find that the Cossacks' most dangerous enemy was the Bolsheviks.