|Title||Polar Bear Expedition|
|Description||Soldiers of the Polar Bears. Morris Weiner second from left.|
|Collection||Gershon Weiner Papers|
|Print size||4" x 6"|
In 1918, as World War I was ending, President Woodrow Wilson sent a group of men to North Russia where they fought the Bolshevik Red Army from September 1918 to June 1919. Officially designated as the American North Russia Expeditionary Force, it became known as the Polar Bear Expedition.
Original photograph located in Box 1: Folder 5.
|Copyright||Gershon Weiner Papers, Leonard N. Simons Jewish Community Archives|
Polar Bear Expedition
Northern Russian Expedition
American North Russia Expeditionary Force
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