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Ian Lancaster Fleming 1908: Ian Lancaster Fleming
28.5.1908: Ian Lancaster Fleming (†12.8.1964)
British novelist and journalist who worked for the secret service during the Second World War. He then invented secret agent 007 James Bond. The lady’s man with dry British humor and amazing British technology saved the world time and again on her majesty’s service. Bond’s orders were frequently based on the East-West conflict. The best-known films include “From Russia with love” (1957) and “Goldfinger” (1964). The films of the secret agent novels made Bond, played by Sean Connery and Roger Moore amongst others, the most successful secret agent character in cinema history.
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What landed on Red Square in Moscow on 28 May 1987?
  A German Cessna
  An Italian helicopter
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