Be subtle!be subtle!and use your spies for every kind ofwarfare.
Sun Tzu: The Art of War
Picture of the Month
During WW1, all nations employed spies. The names of some are remembered: Fraulein Doktor , Sidney Reilly, the Ace of Spies, Carl Hans Lody and, of course, Mata Hari. Executed by the French in October 1917, it is her story which features this month.
To read more about Mata Hari, go to our Spy Stories page, scroll down and read on.
Michael George 2016, 2017
Welcome to SPYSTORY
With an unique collection of stories, photos, maps and references, SPYSTORY gathers together a wealth of hard to find information. Accounts of spies and spymasters reveal some remarkable people and events.
The in-depth account of the life and death of Cecil Aylmer Cameron is at the heart of SPYSTORY and can be found by clicking on An Unlikely Spy.
I'm hoping that the book on which the website is based will be published in 2017.
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Last Updated: 20 August 2017
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