World War I Essay | Famous Spie and Fighter Aces

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Famous Spie and Fighter Aces

Summary: In World War I, there were many new improvements of warfare like the expanded use of spies and the new arrival of fighter pilots. In the First World War, spies came from all professions, from travel guides, to sales people, and performers.
Famous Spies and Fighter Aces

The Great War was the first war that had many countries involved. During the war Britain, France, Russia, Italy and the United States were the Allies fighting against Germany, Austria-Hungary, Turkey and Bulgaria, which were known as the Central Powers. The war mainly took place on the Western Front, which was between the Belgian Coast and Switzerland. During the war time period from 1914 to 1918, both sides had people that were spies and fighter pilots.

Spies are most successful when they are not suspected. To try to hide their spy activities, they may have professions unrelated to the war but even with a unique profession spies are caught and executed. Carl Lody, a German spy, was shot early in the war for espionage in 1914. Prior to the outbreak of the war, Lody positioned himself in London as a travel guide with...

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