A college graduate at Eton and the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in, as well as the universities of Munich and Geneva, became a writer until 1953, when the first of his fourteen novels about the 007 – Casino Royale .
But the name of James Bond Fleming coined for eight years before that. Conscript with the beginning of World War II, he was appointed assistant director of the Secret Service of the Navy, Admiral John Godfrey. Such a high position, Fleming was probably due to the fact that came from a wealthy aristocratic family, and his father, who died in 1916 at the Battle of the Somme, was a friend of Winston Churchill – Secretary of the Navy, and then the Prime Minister of Great Britain. Continue reading “Where and when Bormann died?”