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THE NAME’S BOND…

łodzimierz Lechnio, a Polish archivist, recently found a curious folder in a warehouse of secret files in Warsaw dating back to the Cold War. In 1964, a British diplomat arrived in the Polish capital, then vanished, evading the minders detailed to shadow him. He was next seen snooping around a military base along the border with the USSR. The suspected agent was inconspicuous and undistinguished in appearance and behaviour, making him an ideal intelligence operative, save for one

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