By Peter Anthony
Over seventy years ago, on the frozen tundra, on the god-forsaken steppes of Russia, against a foe as evil and a system as corrupt as any seen before in the history of mankind, men conquered their fear, steeled their resolve, shouldered their weapons and fought a valiant fight against impossible odds. With honor, they fought an enemy with none. With a tragic sense of nobility and cause, they fought the depraved, ignoble system of Bolshevism. Little did they know they would be the last to stage any significant attempt against the horrors of the New World Order.