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Terrorists, Spies and Assassins
The Crime Library covers a wide range of information from the history of spying, including a history of the WWI spy and exotic dancer, Mata Hari.

Crime Library
Crime Library: The story of Mata Hari

  
Elizabeth's Spy Network
BBC History explains more about how as far back as Elizabethan times, the government was full of spies and subterfuge.

Elizabeth's Spy Network
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Famous Spy Cases
America's Federal Bureau of Investigation offers detailed histories of a selection of celebrated espionage cases.

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National Archives
The National Archives holds a wealth of historical documents about the history of the UK including information and documents relating to 16th century spies in the court of Elizabeth I.

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National Archives Secrets & Spies

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