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Titera’s Tidbit: Mata Hari
Accused of spying for Germany and executed in 1917, Margaretha Zelle took her stage name from the Indonesian words mata, “eye”, and hari, “day” – that is, “eye of the day”, or sun. At the time, the Netherlands ruled Indonesia, and the femme fatale liked to say she was descended from Javanese royalty, which unfortunately didn’t give her diplomatic immunity before the firing squad.
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