American Polar bears' defense of Vladivostok

Lowe, Karl H.
October 1997
Military History;Oct97, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p38
Focuses on the troops of the United States Army's 31st Infantry Regiment, also know as the Polar Bears. Reason for sending the regiment to Russia on 1918; Description of Russia's condition during the World War I; Controversies on the regiment's mission in Russia; Attacks suffered by the regiment; Account of the fightings in Vladivostok, Russia; Information on the regiment's defense of Vladivostok. INSET: America's foreign legion..


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