Third Lieutenant Boris Timofeyevich Lebedev, Tim to his friends, was savoring the victory. Right up to the time he was called into the commandant's office. He had beaten Third Lieutenant Ivan Maslov in the Polish invasion scenario two weeks ago. And cleaned up on the deal. The betting had been five to one against him. Tim had been playing the Polish and he had won by ignoring Smolensk. After all, Poland already held Smolensk; They had held it since the Time of Troubles. And Poland, just like Russia, only had to worry about Smolensk if they didn't have . . .
Butterflies in the Kremlin, Part Six: The Polish Incident or The Wet Firecracker WarGorg Huff and Paula Goodlett
by Gorg Huff | Nov 15, 2007