An Eye for Espionage: Women Spies in Wartime
Hosted By: DOROT
Whether for love, country or just a thrill, women, such as Mata Hari and Virginia Hall, rose up as spies during WWI and WWII. Seductive and cunning, they were instrumental in shaping the outcome of the war, provided that they weren’t caught before they could share their information. Explore their stories with DOROT, compare and contrast their techniques and contributions to history and meet a few other spies along the way.