The Fatal Lover : Mata Hari and the Myth of Women in Espionage

By: Wheelwright, Julie

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London: Collins And Brown , 1992. Usual library marks. 186 pages with B/W photo's. In this fascinating and original book Julie looks at the story of a Dutch hat maker's daughter who was executed for espionage after a secret trial during the darkest days of the First World War. This book explores the myth and unravels the intrigue that remains by asking questions about the reality of women's role in the exclusive and hidden world of espionage and the way in which the life of Margaretha Aelle MacLeod has been mythologized into that of Mata Hari, the most dangerous woman in the world.. Hard Cover. Good/Good (minus). 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Ex-Library.

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