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A Michigan Polar Bear Confronts the Bolsheviks: A War Memoir Paperback – September 14, 2010
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― Frank N. Schubert
Historian (ret.), Office of the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
“Godfrey Anderson, a Michigan farm boy who became a “Polar Bear,” wrote a richly detailed and highly readable account of his World War I experiences in Russia. Thanks to Gordon Olson for making available a well-illustrated and thoughtfully edited version of this valuable primary source.”
― Perry D. Jamieson
Senior Historian (ret.), U.S. Air Force
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about the USA Army unit who was sent to fight the Bolsolviks after WW I by Woodrough Wilson & the hardships that they endured.
William H. Johnson, M.D.,retired medical book review editor