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The Hunt for Red October and The Cardinal of The Kremlin Tom Clancy There are many fictional books written to be enjoyed for their contents However the interest of the reader in the contents of a book is sometimes affected by the realism with which the plot is introduced Tom Clancy is an author of many books concerning the military He is one of the most outstanding authors for writing fictional novels to do with military His novels The Hunt for Red October and The Cardinal of The Kremlin provide insights which will capture the imagination of many readers Using historical facts references to real military hardware and believable characters Tom Clancy is able to develop believable plots Tom Clancys insight into history allowed him to write a very realistic and therefore believable plot His use of historical events which actually took place and were incorporated into his stories allowed him to enhance motives for the fictional conflict Many people who lost trust and belief in the Communist system defected to the United States and other countries Through use of historical facts such as defection in The Hunt for Red October THRO Clancy is able to advance his plot Defections for political reasons happened quite often during the Cold War There were many defections in history starting back in World War II when famous people like Albert Einstein defected to the use because the Germans discriminated again him being Jewish pg 124-5 Vol 9 Funk Wagnalls Encyclopedia The more recent occurance of defection to the US of a high ranking deputy chief of staff del Pio Daz happened in 1987 pg 24 A flight to freedom Ramius was the main character in the novel who decided to defect The character helps
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