Guests of the Kremlin

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Guests of the Kremlin

By Lieutenant Colonel Robert G. Emmens
Macmillan, 1949
291 pp. $3.00

The author and four crew-mates were interned in the Soviet Union when their B-25 was forced down in Siberia after taking part in the Doolittle raid on Tokyo. This is the story of the unhappy 13 months they spent at four successive places of confinement before escaping from Turkestan to Persia.

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