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    Mata Hari (7 August 1876-15 October 1917), born Margaretha Gertruida Zelle, famous as both the most notorious female spy of the First World War and as a nude dancer during the Belle Epoque period that lasted from 1871-1914. During her career, Mata Hari told many lies about herself and her ancestry, ...

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      Mata Hari - 1908 - Longchamp Racing Paris ~ Mata Hari (7 August 1876-15 October 1917), born Margaretha Gertruida Zelle, famous as both the most notorious female spy of the First World War and as a nude dancer during the Belle Epoque period before 1914. A key

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      Mata Hari - 1908 - Longchamp Racing Paris #velvet #high neck #long train hems #fur trims

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      Mata Hari - 1908 - Longchamp Racing Paris - @Mlle - those clothes look heavy

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      #MataHari | at Longchamps, during the Prix d'Automne, 4 Oktober 1908

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      Mata Hari - 1908 - Out of costume - Longchamp Racing Paris

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      Mata Hari in normal clothing late Edwardian era

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      Mata Hari 1908 Longchamp Racing Paris

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