Executed 100 years ago, the exotic dancer broke the rules in the early 20th century. But did that cost her her life?
Mata Hari in 1906, soon after the Dutchwoman reinvented herself as an exotic dancer. Inspired by dances she had seen in the Dutch East Indies, she took a stage name that means “eye of the day” in Malay.
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