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Within the center East, following the Gulf struggle of 1991, unknown terrorists kidnap a Russian delegation vacationing Syria and the USA ambassador to Saudi Arabia and his employees. 3 males come jointly to discover and rescue those hostages: Col. Ulm, a US precise operations officer, his Russian counterpart, Col. Sabanov, and Tom Girling, correspondent for a British information magazine.
Girling could have the clue to the abductions and people in charge, details from a journalist buddy within the center East who has instructed him a few robust team calling themselves “Angels of Judgment” and their chief, “The Sword.” yet little or no is understood approximately this team, and the correspondent who supplied the knowledge has disappeared himself. Girling has even more than a journalistic curiosity in terrorism – his spouse used to be killed by way of a band of terrorists as he was once compelled to observe, helpless to aim to avoid her loss of life.
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105 Relations improved once the complete separation of what had now become the home and foreign departments of the Secret Service Bureau was fully recognized. ’106 At a meeting in Bethell’s room at the Admiralty also attended by top brass from the War Office on 9 May, three days after the death of King Edward VII, with Whitehall in deep mourning, Macdonogh began by acknowledging that the two departments had little in common and that the respective duties of Kell and Cumming needed to be properly defined.
Despite convictions in Germany for embezzlement, he was used by ‘N’ to gather intelligence on the Royal Navy at Portsmouth. The flamboyant Schultz had little notion of undercover operations, setting himself up on a houseboat in Portsmouth, flying the German flag from the stern and throwing parties at which he attempted (unsuccessfully) to turn the conversation to naval matters. Though he quickly aroused suspicion, he acquired no useful information. On one occasion, while engaged in gun practice, he shot his housekeeper, Miss Sturgeon, in the arm.
Late in 1912 Klauer wrote to the German Admiralty offering to supply naval intelligence. Steinhauer was sent to visit Klauer and, by his own account, came to the accurate conclusion that he was a fraud who believed, probably from reading Le Queux’s novels, that vast sums were to be made from espionage. Against Steinhauer’s recommendation, the German Admiralty decided none the less to see if Klauer could obtain a secret report book on torpedo trials. Klauer had so little idea how to lay hands on the book that he sought the help of a German-Jewish hairdresser and chiropodist, Levi Rosenthal.