Victor Herman Audio Books

Victor Herman Audio Books

Victor Herman was born in America and moved to the Soviet Union with his family at the age of sixteen. There, he became a celebrity for his flying and world-record breaking parachute jumps. In 1938, he was thrown into Soviet prison, where he survived for eighteen years. After Stalin’s death he was “pardoned” and, in 1976, after much effort, was finally allowed to return to America. His family joined him in 1978. They live in Michigan.

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