Originally published 10/16/2017
Freshly unearthed documents recast the Great War’s most notorious spy as a mother who left an abusive marriage and as a scapegoat for war-torn France looking to distract from heavy casualties on the front lines.
Originally published 04/10/2014
More than 150 files are being made available in the digitised release.
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