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1930. Coulson delivers a straightforward account of the life of Mata Hari, since it is romantic enough to require no embellishment. He also attempts to explain why this vaudeville star should have excited a sympathy that is rarely accorded to spies; and why she should count among her defenders princes, statesmen, savants, and artists, as well as genial boulevardiers, who, if lacking in a supersensitive morality, are without doubt loyal citizens of the nation to which Mata Hari did incalculable harm. An interesting book about the spy who continues to capture the reader's attention.
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