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Indeed, one of thedifficulties in telling the story of the spies of the GreatWar has been found in the reluctance of the authoritiesto tell any more than has been necessary. But it is nothard to picture this regal beauty facing her judges inthe hall of justice. Much of the testimony against hermust have been circumstantial, as it is in the case ofmost spies, but when the evidence had all been piecedtogether the jurist who presided over the inquiry wassatisfied of her guilt.
That, too, was the verdict ofhis associates, and one morning she was commandedto stand up and hear the verdict pronounced by theJudge.
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