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By Ian Fleming

Der britische Geheimagent wird nach Frankreich geschickt, um einen feindlichen Agenten beim Kartenspiel zu ruinieren ...

Geheimdienstchef M schickt Bond auf eine undertaking, um einen russischen Agenten namens "Le Chiffre" auszuschalten. Er soll ihn am Baccarat-Tisch ruinieren und so seine sowjetischen Auftraggeber zwingen, ihn in den "Ruhestand" zu schicken. Zunächst scheint es so, als ob das Glück Bond carry ist - Le Chiffre hat eine Pechsträhne. Doch manche Leute weigern sich einfach, nach den Regeln zu spielen, und die Anziehungskraft, die eine schöne Agentin auf Bond ausübt, führt ihn zuerst ins Unglück und dann zu einem unerwarteten Retter ...

Jeder kennt sie: die teils stark von den Vorlagen abweichenden Verfilmungen der James-Bond-Romane. Pünktlich zum 50-jährigen Jubliäum der Filmreihe gilt es die Ian-Fleming-Originale erstmals im "Director's Cut" zu entdecken!

Eine der größten Filmikonen überhaupt wird 50 Jahre alt! Passend dazu kommt Ende 2012 der 23. Teil der Saga mit dem Titel "Skyfall" in die Kinos! go Cult schließt sich den Jubilaren des Mythos mit einer Wiederentdeckung der meisterhaft erzählten Agenten- und Spionageromane aus der Feder Ian Flemings an und beginnt die schrittweise Veröffentlichung aller James-Bond-Originalromane.

Endlich wird es möglich sein, Titel wie "Goldfinger", "Thunderball" oder "You in simple terms dwell Twice" komplett in ungekürzten Übersetzungen und mit den ursprünglichen Kapitelabschnitten und -überschriften zu lesen. Es verspricht eine einzigartige James-Bond-Bibliothek zu werden, die dazu einlädt, dem Kult um den britischen Gentleman-Geheimdienstler mit der "Lizenz zum Töten" auf den Grund zu gehen.

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It filtered and processed material from the geographical divisions, JIB 2, 3, and 4, and directed their priorities. 153 Its responsibilities were split between three subdivisions, the most significant of which was the Procurement subdivision (JIB 1 (a)). 154 It was also responsible for liaison with other procuring units, including SIS, CIU, Directorate of Military Surveys, and subsidiary JIBs abroad. 156 Each would provide chapters to JIB handbooks as required. Pressure from the Treasury forced changes to this design.

The Papers of Dr Alan John Pitts Crick, Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives, King’s College, London. 143 Pressure from the Treasury to only partially staff the Bureau vied with pressures to retain as many talented officers as possible in the face of demobilization. 145 This was approved and much experience was retained. Assistant directorships were filled by Brigadier G. R. Way, formerly of the War Office, and Mr R. E. McEuan from the Foreign Office. Brigadier Way was a career soldier who, during the war, had served as Deputy Director of Military Intelligence in the War Office and Commanded a Liaison Unit in the Middle East.

71 He believed that it was impossible to consider the question of economic intelligence separate from intelligence as a whole. 72 His suggestion was welcomed by several members of the JIC, each of whom set out simultaneously to defend the interests of his particular service. 74 But everyone agreed that the improvements in efficiency and cooperation developed during the war, and the central role of the JIC, should be maintained.  H. 76 The matter of economic intelligence would not wait for their recommendations.

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