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Zmarł George Blake, brytyjski oficer MI6 i szpieg KGB (6)

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George Blake, British convicted double agent, is seen in an undated photo. (AP Photo)
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP PHOTO A picture released by the FSB (ex-KGB) shows the last of the great British KGB agents, George Blake, signing autographes during a masterclass in spying to Russia's apprentice secret agents in a FSB school in the town of Vornezh, some 600 kms from Moscow,17 April 2002. George Blake kicked off a nationwide lecture tour of Russian spy academies today by telling apprentice spooks he had "no regrets" about his espionage career.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP PHOTO A picture released by the FSB (ex-KGB) shows the last of the great British KGB agents, George Blake, signing autographes during a masterclass in spying to Russia's apprentice secret agents in a FSB school in the town of Vornezh, some 600 kms from Moscow,17 April 2002. George Blake kicked off a nationwide lecture tour of Russian spy academies today by telling apprentice spooks he had "no regrets" about his espionage career.
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George Blake, a British defector who spied for the Soviets in Britain, gestures during a news conference in Moscow, Jan. 15, 1992. Blake said his life's work on behalf of communism had been a failure, but called communism a noble experiment
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George Blake, a 38 year old Briton is seen April 21, 1953. Blake is charged with espionage for a foreign power in London. (AP Photo)
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George Blake is shown on his return to London in 1953 after his internment in North Korea. Blake, a Dutch-born British diplomat, turned pro-communist during three years in captivity in North Korea. He was vice consul in Seoul when captured by the communists in 1950. (AP Photo)
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