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Frederick Forsyth , CBE (Ashford, UK, August 25, 1938) is a British writer. He is mostly known for thrillers such as The Day of the Jackal (in the Spanish edition entitled Jackal), The Dogs of War, The Odessa File (The Odessa File, in Spain entitled Odessa), Icon (The Black Manifesto) and The Fist of God. The author as MI6 spy expressed his knowledge in all of them.
Forsyth studied at the Tonbridge School and studied at the University of Granada, Spain. At 19 years of age he became one of the youngest pilots of the Royal Air Force, where he served until 1958.
He later became a reporter and spent three and a half years working in a small newspaper before moving to work for Reuters in 1961. In 1965 he joined the BBC and was an assistant diplomatic correspondent. From July to September 1967 he covered the Biafra conflict between Biafra and Nigeria. It would be at this time when he began to spy for MI6, collaboration that would remain for twenty years.
In 1968, amid accusations that his reports on the Biafra conflict were biased in favor of the Biafra case and that part of his reports were false, he left the BBC. He returned to Biafra as a freelance writer. In 1969 he wrote a book about the war in Biafra called The Biafra Story (The Story of Biafra).
In 1985, he was the presenter and rapporteur of the television series Soldiers, A History of Men In Battle (Soldiers, a story of men in battle) that aired for the BBC; 12-episode program that told the history of soldiers and wars over the centuries.
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