Ma Vie d'Espionne au Service de la France

TitleMa Vie d'Espionne au Service de la France
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1935
AuthorsRicher, Marthe
Number of Pages272
PublisherLes Éditions de France

Memoir of the author's life as a spy for France during World War I. A trained pilot prior to the outbreak of World War I, Richard immediately wanted to join the war as an aviator but wasn't permitted. After her husband was killed in battle, she became a spy with the Central Intelligence Section (SCR) under Commandant Ladoux. She worked undercover in Spain, luring the German naval attache, Baron von Krohn into a relationship in order to spy on German naval movements.

Translated TitleI Spied for France
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