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It all seems extremely overwhelming to know that a single person can have such a tremendous impact on society There are billions of people in the world but only few who impact the lives of us all only few you who change the world and only few who go down in history With that Id like to acknowledge one woman who not only had a great effect on WWI but went down as the most seductive spy in the 1900s The seductive spy in which Im referring to Margaretha Zelle-Macleod also so known as Mata Hari aided Germany by seducing French officers and other men of high authority to obtain top secret information concerning France and their war strategies She was born in Holland and was the daughter of a Dutch shopkeeper and his Javanese wife Mata Hari fell inlove with a Captain Rudolf Macleod and they were soon married shortly after they had a child with the name of Non Macleod Located in Antwerp Belgium was the academy of espionage run by Elsbeth Schragmller in which Mata Hari attended During her 15 weeks at the academy she received a great deal of information concerning different areas of the spying organization The subjects she took included codes ciphers communicative dodges the study of chemicals where and how they were manufactured and their use memorization of charts maps photographs and other informational sources and she also attended a class where she was taught to identify the models of enemy arms which were always beings updated and revised At this academy she was referred to as H 21 which was the code name given to her Students at this school were made knowledgeable about the deadly result which could occur if suspicion arose concerning a civilian to be a spy It was required at the academy that all information received be kept secret and if by any means information was passed on and found
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