By Mary W. Craig
What occurred subsequent used to be half farce and half tragedy that led to her execution in October 1917. Recruited via either the Germans and the French as a secret agent, Mata Hari – codenamed H-21 – was once additionally nearly recruited by way of the Russians. however the risk free fantasies and lies she had instructed on level had turn into a part of the lethal online game of double brokers in the course of wartime. suffering from the large price of struggle, the French professionals had to seize a secret agent. Mata Hari, the dancer, the courtesan, the fantasist, turned the prize catch.
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