The Day the U.S. Invaded Russia

Day the U.S. Invaded Russia

At the end of 1918, as World War I drew to a close on the Western Front, thousands of American troops were suddenly repositioned in the remote tundra of North Russia. Their surprising directive was issued to help the British and French in a standoff with the Russian Red Army, the newly-formed rebel communist fighting force that had grown in the wake of revolution in Russia. As civil war gripped the country, the American soldiers waited out the harsh winter in fear and confusion of what was to come when the frozen landscape thawed…
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