SOVIET UNION: The Admiral's Lady

In early 1945 a famous Russian film star and a dashing American naval officer met at a Soviet-American friendship party in Moscow given by then Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov Zoya Fyodorova, 33, was at the peak of her career; she had starred in a dozen roles and had received an offer from MGM. Captain Jackson Tate, 47, had been assigned to Moscow to help the Russians in an abortive plan for the Soviet bombing of Japan. In the brief glow of Allied wartime collaboration, Zoya and Jack fell in love. Their last meeting was on V-E day 1945, when they...

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