Books about American intervention in Russia

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Books about American intervention in Russia

Post by narikis » 10 Oct 2020 12:52

I would appreciate recommendations for good books which cover the American military intervention in the Russian Civil War. I am particularly curious about the forces sent to Siberia, as I have found less information on them than the troops sent to Arkhangelsk, but I am open to learning about both forces. In particular, something that gives a look at the service conditions of the men themselves would be good.

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Re: Books about American intervention in Russia

Post by Carl Schwamberger » 11 Oct 2020 00:16

Among other things search Donovans history. Wild Bill Donovan who founded the OSS. He was involved in intelligence gathering connected to the Siberian expedition. Mostly for strategic/political decisions I'm guessing.

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