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The world of agents and spies - famous characters
Although spies and agents act secretly and their identities are not disclosed, there are some we know. As fictional characters and movie heroes or even real agents who have come into the limelight by the press discovering their activity, their operations and actions in secrecy fascinate us.
She was one of the first women in Germany to earn a university degree. She earned her doctorate in 1913 at the (1. / 2 words)-University in Freiburg. During the First World War, her military career began in occupied (2. / German!) in 1914, when she was finally appointed head of the (3. / German!) department by the head of the German military intelligence service III b, (4. / 2 words). At the end of the war her rank was (5. / German!) and she was awarded a medal: (6. / German!) First Class. Her duties also included the recruitment and training of new agents, the most famous of which was ( 7. / 2 words), known as a dancer.
Because of her academic career she was named (8. / 2 words) in French-speaking countries, which is also the title of a French movie from 1937. There were many rumors about Elsbeth Schragmüller, which happened to the main character (9. / 2 words). In German cinemas, this movie was shown after the war in (10.). The title was "(11. / 3 words)".
After World War I, Elsbeth Schragmüller resumed her academic career and was the first female assistant of a chair at the university in (12.). A few years later, she moved with her family to (13. / German!), where, at the age of (14.), she died of (15. / German!).
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