This Day in Jewish History 1925: The Russians Murder the Real James Bond

What exploits Sidney Reilly really got up to, or didn't, remain shrouded in mystery, as is only proper for a purported British superspy.

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November 5, 1925, is the day that historians believe Sidney Reilly, the British super-spy, whose purported exploits inspired Ian Fleming in the creation of James Bond, was executed by the Soviets, in a forest...