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Found after seeing an offhand comment in Indy Neidell's World War II page on YouTube. I've read an article or two on "Stalin's Man in Tokyo," but here's an interesting miniseries about a German World War I veteran, who signed on as a GRU (Soviet Army Intelligence), became certified as a journalist/reporter, joined the Nazi party, and was posted to Tokyo. As a (supposed) Nazi, he operated in and among the Japanese diplomatic and military circles, passing on valuable data to Moscow. His warnings to Stalin about Operation Barbarossa is his one failure, though not as a spy. "James Bond"? Not real; Richard Sorge was Real.

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