Mata Hari

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Dutch dancer who was executed by the French as a German spy in World War I (1876-1917)

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"Mata Hari" is a ballet based on the true story of a Dutch dancer who was executed for espionage during World War I.
Hans Groeneweg, curator of the Friesland Museum in Mata's home town of Leeuwarden, Holland, says: "There is no doubt Mata Hari enjoyed having so many men and living in luxury, spending money on jewellery and fine clothing.
HISTORY is littered with stories of spies - from Mata Hari to Philby, Maclean, Burgess and Blunt.
READ IT HISTORY is littered with stories of spies - from Mata Hari to Philby, Maclean, Burgess and Blunt.
Washington, April 28 ( ANI ): World War I spy Mata Hari was unfazed before her execution by firing squad, top secret files have revealed.
1917: Mata Hari, the Dutch spy who famously danced in the nude, was executed by a firing squad in Paris.
Nylon Fusion is also presenting a pairing of world premiere plays by Don Nigro: Mata Hari and Marina, starring Tatyana Kot and Curtis James Nielsen directed by artistic director Ivette Dumeng.
A history of aerial photography and archaeology; Mata Hari's glass eye and other stories.
Placed in the tenuous position of the mythologized Mata Hari sex-spy, both Alicia Huberman (Ingrid Bergman) and Eve Kendall (Eva Marie Saint) are forced to negotiate a complex web of seduction, deception, romance, and duty.
From chapter 1: "Oops, Bad Luck!" to Chapter 5: "On Second Thought Betrayal," readers will encounter such big names as Mata Hari and General Napoleon as well as the lesser known "Acoustic Kitty" (a real cat) of Cold War-era fame.
Julie Wheelwright is the author of The Fatal Lover: Mata Hari and the Myth of Women in Espionage (Collins & Brown, 1992).
THE BRITISH family of the glamorous Russian accused of spying in the US yesterday insisted: "She's no Mata Hari."
In his fateful conversation with his Whitehall Mata Hari, Triesman was overheard ridiculing John Terry by sneering: "All his mates in Dagenham tell him 'you never done nothing wrong'."