Before She Became Mata Hari. Newly Discovered Letters by Margaretha Zelle
(Reinier Salverda) The Low Countries - 2017, № 25, p. 290-291
The letters and photographs published in a beautiful new book cover the last two years of Margaretha Zelle (1876-1917) before she left the Netherlands and began a new life in Paris, becoming famous the world over from 1905 as the oriental dancer Mata Hari, femme fatale and female spy during the Great War.
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