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Sergeant Dixon
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Colonel William Stephenson
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While training at a camp in Canada (Camp X), the Americans ask Fleming to use his talents to write a blueprint for a Central Intelligence Agency. On his return to London, Fleming persuades Godfrey to form the 30 Assault Unit - a group of the toughest soldiers prepared to play dirty, with Fleming serving as commanding officer. He believes the new unit of Intelligence Commandos is the key to beating the Nazis. Meanwhile, Fleming continues his relationship with Ann, but refuses to consider taking it to the next level, while Rothermere makes it clear he intends to win her over once and for all. Written by BBC America

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12 February 2014 (USA)  »

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In WWI, before becoming a spymaster, William Stephenson was flew a Sopwith Camel biplane, downed 12 other planes and became a fighter ace. He was shot down behind enemy lines by the German ace Justus Grassman. Stephenson was held as a prisoner of war for roughly three months before he was able to escape. See more »

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Camp X is shown as nestled in the mountains. In fact it was in Oshawa Ontario in what is now called "Intrepid Park". It is on the shore of Lake Ontario and is an extremely flat area. See more »

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Piano Trio In E-Flat, OP 100 (second movement)
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Written by Franz Schubert
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