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FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE


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  • Every major foreign government organization has a file on British secret agent James Bond. Now, Russia's lethal SMERSH organization has targeted him for elimination. SMERSH has the perfect bait in the irresistible Tatiana Romanova, who lures 007 to Istanbul promising the top-secret Spektor cipher machine.

    Idioma: INGLÉS

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    Idioma: INGLÉS

  • There is only one Bond. Enjoy these intoxicating spy novels in stylish Vintage Classics editions.

    ‘We are here to find a target who will fulfil our requirements. Someone who is admired and whose ignominious destruction would cause dismay’

    A beautiful Soviet spy. A brand-new Spektor cipher machine. SMERSH has set an irresistible trap that threatens the entire Secret Service. Fleming’s fifth 007 novel reveals a different side to Bond - restless, vulnerable ... and hunted.

    Idioma: INGLÉS

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    Idioma: CASTELLANO

  • From Russia With Love is a book in the long running James Bond Agent 007 Series. It is the second in the movie series.
    The author, Ian Fleming, was a real British Naval Intelligence Secret Service Agent during World War II. Many of the events in the James Bond Series are similar to actual real events during the war and during the Cold War that immediately followed the shooting war. Ian Fleming often did not even change the names or he used the names of real people for his characters.
    For chess players, the most interesting scene comes from the beginning of the movie, depicting a chess championship. During the chess game, Kronsteen, the master strategist for SMERSH, receives a message on the bottom of a glass of water he is handed stating "You are required at once". This order meant that he must resign the game for the Championship. However, Kronsteen disobeys the order even though knowing that disobeying the order would be punishable by his death.
    This scene in the book and the movie is based on an actual real chess event. In the 1951 Match for the World Chess Championship, the challenger, Bronstein, was playing the champion, Botvinnik. Bronstein was a point ahead in the match and a pawn ahead in the next to last game. All Bronstein had to do was draw or win that game and he would have been World Chess Champion.
    Yet, Bronstein thought 40 minutes about this position and then, inexplicably, resigned the game in this position and his chance for the World Chess Championship.
    Did Bronstein receive such a message from his KGB Colonel? Why did Bronstein think 40 minutes and then resign? Did not those 40 minutes give KGB Colonel Baturinsky time to hand Bronstein a note telling him to resign? The world has been asking these questions ever since.

    For the rest of his life, Bronstein was repeatedly asked that question: "Did or did not the KGB order you to throw the 23rd game?"

    Idioma: INGLÉS

 
 

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