Books by Jaroslav Kmenta. Wow throwing that DNA towards the end was a zinger. Your email will not be published on this site, but note that this and any other personal data you choose to share is stored here. Open Preview See a Problem? In the Czech Republic he found a new family and he accepted their surname.
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The book Czech Spy mediates hitherto little known information and primarily incredible story from the Cold War days. At the first sight we see that name Erwin isn't typical Czech name. Yes, the name and surname is typical for the Netherlands. Yet the identity of the Czech intelligence service helped to create one of the most mysterious figures of espionage. Real Erwin van Haarlem was an orphan. He didn't know neither his father nor his mother. In the Czech Republic he found a new family and he accepted their surname.
Name Erwin van Haarlem remained free and so name used the intelligence service. Book describes the situation in communist Czechoslovakia and the mood in the world in the second half of the twentieth century.
And above all an attitude of two major powers and their allies to information. There here managed to infiltrate into the Jewish organizations, which was very important for the Soviet Union. On the other hand, there he has been confronted with the real mother of Erwin van Haarlem.
Book describes the situation in an English prison too. In all of these events it is shown the human nature and unruly personality of the main character. This book is a probe into a real life of agent.
People who expected a book in style of Agent's adventures might be a little disappointed. The reader will not find action scenes or car chases in the book. And it is also very thrilling. The author of this book is Jaroslav Kmenta.
He is a Czech writer and an investigative journalist. He writes about cases that connects politicians, businessmen and mafia. The book reads very well. The story is narrated by the author. The book is so one-sided. Maybe perspective from MI5 was not detrimental. The book is very interesting especially for people who are interested in the lives of spies and little-known stories of the Cold War.
Some passages in the books make you laugh, some passages of the book are dramatic. Yet the reader gets a new information through the book. And especially it's an incredible story that anyone could hardly invent.
Life did it itself.
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Český špion Erwin van Haarlem/Czech spy Erwin van Haarlem (2005)
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