Annabel Junge

Annabel Junge

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Netherlands / Writer, researcher and reviewer of books and movies on WW I and WW II Also interested in 19th Century, on Pinterest: https://nl.pinterest.com/leparnasse/
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Mata Hari 16 oktober 1917

The death of Mata Hari in French newspapers.

Estelle Ishigo, a European American, accompanied her Nisei husband to the Heart Mountain Camp in Wyoming, where she painted this scene depicting “home” in one of the Spartan barracks.

Estelle Ishigo, a European American, accompanied her Nisei husband to the Heart Mountain Camp in Wyoming, where she painted this scene depicting “home” in one of the Spartan barracks.

The Four Chaplains--After 75 Years...by @Fred Omvlee

The Four Chaplains--After 75 Years...by @Fred Omvlee

Rozanne Medhurst (born ca 1921) was a code breaker and postwar MI6 agent, recalled the "strange isolation" of Bletchley. During World War II, Bletchley Park was the site of United Kingdom's main decryption establishment, Government Code & Cypher School, where ciphers & codes of several Axis countries were decrypted, most importantly ciphers generated by German Enigma & Lorenz machines. Photo: when she was 17 in WWII. She married Halsey Colchester.

Women spies in the second world war: Rozanne Colchester, now a code breaker during the war and postwar agent. Photo when she was 17 in WWII.

Gerelateerde afbeelding

Gerelateerde afbeelding

#MataHari | As the Spanish Beauty | 1913 |Folies Bergere, Paris

#MataHari | As the Spanish Beauty | 1913 |Folies Bergere, Paris

Eleanor Roosevelt (ER) wrote 2336 letters to Lorena Hickok, the most famous woman journalist of her day.  The romance between the patrician First Lady and the charming, hard-living butch reporter changed both their lives.  Their friendship only ended with ER’s death, 30 years later.

Eleanor Roosevelt (ER) wrote 2336 letters to Lorena Hickok, the most famous woman journalist of her day. The romance between the patrician First Lady and the charming, hard-living butch reporter changed both their lives. Their friendship only ended with ER’s death, 30 years later.

#MataHari | 'Lady MacCleod' | November 1911 | during the Steeple Militaire in Paris

Did she cause the deaths of soldiers in WWI? Author/historian Don Hollway strips away the veil of secrecy to find the naked truth about the most notorious female spy of the Century.

#MataHari | Another Scrapbook, Frisian Museum, Leeuwarden, The Netherlands

Mata Hari scrapbook in the Frisian Museum, Leeuwarden, The Netherlands

Mata Hari

Mata Hari