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The Bullet That Fought America's Secret Siberian War

  • Aired: 07/05/2011
  • 17:42
  • Rating: NR
A World War I vintage cartridge discovered by a viewer in Colorado contains a curious etching: Leo V. Thompson, CO E 31st Inf., A.E.F. Siberia. Nearly 40 years after he paid one dollar for the bullet, our contributor still wonders about Leo V. Thompson and what United States troops were doing in Siberia after the First World War. Follow Eduardo Pagan as he tries to track down the answers.
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The words on this bullet put US troops in Siberia during WW I. Eduardo Pagan asks why.
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