Fun Fact: Ernest Hemingway Was a Spy Who Worked For Russia

Fun facts about Ernest Hemingway

After being sympathetic with left wing rebels during the Spanish Civil War, American novelist Ernest Hemingway worked as a spy for the NKVD (which evolved into the KGB) during the 1940s. Apparently his information proved to be of little to absolute no use for the Soviet Union.

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