Prof. Indiana Jones points out to a museum curator that a picture of the Russian revolution is labeled wrong. He knows it for sure because he was there. Working as a translator at the French embassy in Petrograd, Indy had befriended a group of young Bolshevik students. On his 18th birthday, they took him to hear Lenin himself giving a speech. Unfortunately, the speech inspires them to a premature revolution attempt. Written by
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Dr. Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr.
I was there at the time, working for French Intelligence. You know what my job was? Making sure Lenin didn't come to power. Because if anybody wanted to stop Lenin, it was the French.