This book may well be a very erudite study of the Huns but the dreadful translation renders it unintelligible. It just does not make sense and no amount of word juggling will turn it into anything useable.
Example - 'In addition to the processing of iron and bronze, it should noted that of pottery, which also has been widely developed.'
and - 'Typically, even in ordinary burials transbaikalian timber log cabins and boards of which knocked together coffins, well hewn and mangled.'
also ;..;Beginning with the lords of all meat livestock feed, dress it hides, wool and fur are covered with a garment.'
I knew nothing of the Huns before opening this book and can safely say that having opened it and attempted to read it I am still in the same state. Don't bother with it.