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{{Stub}}{{Organisation}}The '''ZEP''' is the secret police of the nation of [[Borduria]]. They engage in sabotage, espionage, domestic security, and influence of struggling or chaotic nations. Their agents are first seen in ''[[King Ottokar's Sceptre]]'', attempting a coup d'etat in their rival neighbouring nation of [[Syldavia]]. They then re-appear in ''[[The Calculus Affair]]'' as the culprits behind [[Professor Calculus]]' kidnapping. They work in close relation with the government of [[San Theodoros]] while under [[General Tapioca]]'s rule as seen in ''[[Tintin and the Picaros]]''.
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{{Stub}}{{Organisation|image1 = ZEP.png|leader = [[Colonel Sponsz]]|members = [[Boris]], [[Stefan Szhrinkoff]], [[Krônick and Klûmsi]], [[Lieutenant Kavitch]], [[Major Kardouk]]|first_appearance = [[King Ottokar's Sceptre]]|last_appearance = [[Tintin and the Picaros]]}}The '''ZEP''' is the secret police of the nation of [[Borduria]]. They engage in sabotage, espionage, domestic security, and influence of struggling or chaotic nations. Their agents are first seen in ''[[King Ottokar's Sceptre]]'', attempting a coup d'etat in their rival neighbouring nation of [[Syldavia]]. They then re-appear in ''[[The Calculus Affair]]'' as the culprits behind [[Professor Calculus]]' kidnapping. They work in close relation with the government of [[San Theodoros]] while under [[General Tapioca]]'s rule as seen in ''[[Tintin and the Picaros]]''.
   
 
==Inspiration==
 
==Inspiration==

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The ZEP is the secret police of the nation of Borduria. They engage in sabotage, espionage, domestic security, and influence of struggling or chaotic nations. Their agents are first seen in King Ottokar's Sceptre, attempting a coup d'etat in their rival neighbouring nation of Syldavia. They then re-appear in The Calculus Affair as the culprits behind Professor Calculus' kidnapping. They work in close relation with the government of San Theodoros while under General Tapioca's rule as seen in Tintin and the Picaros.

Inspiration

It is known that the creator of the series, Hergé, took inspiration for the ZEP from the Soviet Union's NKVD, Josef Stalin's infamous secret police.

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