https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-poland-spy-james-bond-idUSKCN26E2UE

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WARSAW (Reuters) - Poles were left shaken and stirred by news that a suspected British agent called James Bond was on Her Majesty’s secret service in the country in the 1960s, after the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) posted about him on social media. According to the institute’s archive James Bond came to Poland on Feb. 18, 1964 and was officially employed as an archivist for the British Embassy Military Attache. He soon came to the attention of Polish counter-intelligence officers. “We know he was in Poland ... in 1964 and 1965,” Marzena Kruk, director of the IPN’s archive, told Reuters. “He travelled a bit around Poland ... he liked women, the same as his literary namesake, b... Full story

24 September

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