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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You're a good desk man, Brossard. But I need to get out in the real world.
Is that so, Captain?
You see, I like doing things. Not reading about them.