|Title:||OSS 117-Voit Rouge|
|Publisher:||Bussière à Saint-Amand (Cher)|
|Description:||OSS-117 is an agent for the CIA.
His proper name is Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath. Born to wealthy parents, he knew he could have found a way out of serving in combat during WWII but that was something he would never consider. Not only did he insist on serving, he took the incredibly dangerous job of working behind enemy lines for the OSS. He was assigned the codenumber of 117 in that organization and had earned the rank of Colonel by the time the war ended and his services were no longer needed.
Returning to the States, he considered entering the family business or looking for something to do elsewhere but the creation of the new CIA was too big of a draw to him and he knocked on its door offering his skills. With no hesitation he was accepted and even given the chance to continue to use his previous designation while working for the Agency.
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