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The world of agents and spies - famous characters
Although spies and agents act secretly and their identities are not disclosed, there are some we know. As fictional characters and movie heroes or even real agents who have come into the limelight by the press discovering their activity, their operations and actions in secrecy fascinate us.
Who does not know him, the "father" of the immortal James Bond - 007. Perhaps some of them also know his famous children's book "(1. / 4 words, English)", which was filmed as a musical with (2. / 3 words) as father of two children.
He was born on (3. / dd.mm.yyyy) in London, was rather mediocre at school and had to leave the military academy (4.) because of an incident with a girl. In 1927, he moved to (5. / ü=ue) and attended a private school there, led by a former British intelligence officer, (6. / 3 words), and his wife, the writer (7. / 2 words). He studied, inter alia, in Munich and Geneva, the subject of (8.), but then took up an activity at the news agency (9.).
On 26.07.1939 he became the personal assistant of the Naval Intelligence chief, Rear Admiral (10. / 3 words), who probably is the role model of the character "(11.)" in his James Bond novels. During the Second World War, he led, inter alia, under the code name (12. / 2 words) the protection of Gibraltar and southern Spain from radar surveillance by the Germans. The title of another novel was also created by his engagement as liaison officer: "Casino Royale". Here he was inspired by the then largest casino of Europe in (13.).
In the last years of the war, Fleming often worked in Jamaica, where he bought a house for the winter months after the war. In (14.) he married (15. / 4 words) (birth name!) and became father of a son, (16.). Here in Jamaica, he invented the well-known "James Bond", which was soon implemented in 1954 for television. The main character Bond was embodied by (17. / 2 words) and "James" was called "(18.)". The success on the screen did not come but in 1962, the cinematic success of the "007" series began with "Dr. No ". In the meantime, Fleming had already written some of his novels about the British agent and published it with great success. Until his death on (19. / dd.mm.yyyy) he had written (20.) novels and 9 short stories.
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