Man From U.N.C.L.E.
After the last World War, the time of troubles began, the Cold War Era. The major nations no longer trusted each other. They knew that each nation was looking out for its own best interests. This gave the supranational organizations a chance to attempt to consolidate, to become even more powerful than they had been before the war.
A few men joined together, ignoring nationality, ignoring political factions, ignoring religious enmity, in an attempt to keep the supranational organization from gaining control of the world.
Under the guidance of Alexander Waverly, one of Britain's top undercover agents during World War II, they organized the United Network Command for Law Enforcement. Over the years the U.N.C.L.E. became known for its multinational efforts and for the many, many agents who sacrificed themselves for the goal of saving mankind from itself.
Among its best agents, Illya Nicovetch Kuryakin, Napolean Antonio Solo, April Dancer, and Mark Slate.
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