Real-life James Bond was 'archivist' in communist Poland

A British agent named James Bond was posted to the communist bloc two years after the first Bond film came out, according to newly published archives from Poland's Institute of National Remembrance. Bond arrived in Warsaw on Feb 18, 1964, and his official position was an archivist at the British embassy, as per documents from communist Poland's counter-intelligence service.

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