Thank you Indy, Spartacus, and the team for the great program! I had a paper route in middle school and one of my customers was a US Army veteran of the Phillipines Campaign and survivor of the Bataan Death March (the veteran passed away in 2001). He was a POW for the rest of the war and spent time in a slave mine in Manchuria. At the very end of the war, he was rescued by the invading Soviet Army in Manchuria and was “drafted” into the Soviet Army. He traveled south until his unit met a U.S. Army unit in Korea, which he was released back to the U.S. I have always wondered if there was any archival record of action this occurring.