Leningrad (previously known as Saint Petersburg and then Petrograd) is a large city located on the west coast of the Soviet Union. It is the second largest city in Russia after Moscow.

In 1943 an OSS officer had spotted Dmitrij Volkov in Leningrad interrogating prisoners of war (who would later disappear). This was the only sighting of Volkov during the war.

General Nikolai Zhukov had a falling out with General Kopat in Leningrad and was reassigned to Siberia. Because of this, H.A.R.M. thought they could target General Zhukov as a participant in Project Omega.

The H.A.R.M. report on Zhukov was found by Cate Archer and had Leningrad listed as Petrograd. There was no date on the report.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The city held the name of Saint Petersburg from 1703 to 1914.
  • The city held the name of Petrograd from 1914 to 1924.
  • The city was re-named to its original name of Saint Petersburg in 1991.

External link[edit | edit source]

Leningrad on Wikipedia

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