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Transcript of Espionage Mindmap
Espionage Mind map
The practice of spying or of using spies, typically by government to draw in political and military information.
How they hide their identity?
How they made sure no information was leaking out?
Were they able to celebrate?
How did they survive?
How did they gained information from officers with higher ranks?
How often would the government figure out how information was being leaked?
What is the general reaction, back in the country, to a win or loss on the front lines?
In 1914 during World War 1 spies were used to gather information from their enemy nations such as Austria did to Russia using Alfred Redi. All counties had their part of classified cleverness workers and associations. Not all spies wanted to be a spy at first, such as Mata Hari who became a spy for her lover. Lots of spies used were women due to their innocent arrival and their talent to attract men closer.