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Project Zebra featured selection at San Diego Central Library 53rd Annual Author Showcase

Critically-acclaimed author, M.G. Crisci, Main Reception Hall, San Diego, CA

Very few people know that President Franklin Roosevelt and Secretary General Joseph Stalin agreed to undertake a top-secret mission, codename Project Zebra, to train 300 elite Soviet Airmen in America to fly huge state-of-the-art warplanes custom-made in a secured section of the old Philadelphia Naval Yard.

After the war, President Truman requested details of the mission remain classified. They remained so until 2013.

The author, in collaboration with a last living Project Zebra participant from either side—U.S. Naval officer, Gregory Gagarin—spent two years creating Project Zebra. Roosevelt and Stalin’s Top-Secret Mission to Train 300 Soviet Airmen in America. The book, now an Amazon best-seller, has been called “One of the Last Great Stories of WW2” by the Manhattan Book Review.”

The San Diego Author’s Showcase at the city’s new 9-story Central library recognizes outstanding local literary achievement and runs the entire month of February.

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DATE: Jan.31.2019 | CATEGORY: | COMMENTS: 0