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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: Feb.01.2019 | CATEGORY: | COMMENTS: 0