Politically-Incorrect, Top-Secret Russian-American Mission in America Finally Declassified!

Harry Truman, the out-spoken critic of all things Russian, buried the unimaginable Roosevelt-Stalin pet project in the trash bin of history for 70 + years.
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'Project Zebra' by M.G. Crisci
'Project Zebra' by M.G. Crisci
CARLSBAD, Calif. - Feb. 26, 2018 - PRLog -- Imagine 300 Russian flying aces being trained by U.S. Naval officers in Elizabeth City, North, Carolina, just miles from the Outer Banks, for 18 months with no media leaks?

Imagine 1,500 workers in Philadelphia custom designing and building 185 of the world's largest, most advanced amphibious warplanes for these Russian pilots?

Imagine multi-cultural American-British-Russians crews delivering these planes to the Atlantic and Pacific theaters via circuitous North-South routes through Alaska, Siberia, the Sahara Desert, and Iran?

Imagine the Russian, American and British Zebras overcoming cultural stereotypes, conflicting political ideologies, and complex language barriers to create mutual respect, trust, and enduring friendships?

Imagine, a book, four years in the making, about the military and human side of the Zebra mission. A book  hailed universally by critics as "History Told Right." "Informative and Heartfelt." "Truth Well-Told." "One of the Last-Great-Untold World War II Stories."

Project Zebra: Stalin and Roosevelt's Top-Secret Mission to Train 300 Soviet Airmen in America by M.G. Crisci  (Orca Publishing USA, $32.95, hardcover, 302 pp and 200+ photographs) is the first-ever book about the mission. A book Crisci said, "Could not have been completed without the help of Zebra's last living survivor, 96-year old Gregory Gagarin, and his vast collection of memorabilia."

Respected Washington DC cross-cultural organizations such as the Eurasia Center Worldwide and the American-Russian Cultural Foundation, call the book, "A lesson for future generations" and "An unknown page in US-Soviet relations that serves as a historical signpost for future generations." A third describes Project Zebra, the book as "History done right. Heartfelt and classy."

About M.G. Crisci
Manhattan-born M.G. Crisci (mgcrisci.com) is a former Fortune 500 senior executive, the critically-acclaimed author of ten books based on true stories or real events (http://amzn.to/2omIbNS), and an award-winning social commentator on Russian-American relations.  He has been elected to Who's Who in the World 22 and the recipient of several lifetime achievement awards for his business, literary, and social contributions.  (http://bit.ly/2uO0nB4).

Laurence O’Bryan

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