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The stage name or pseudonym of which early 20th century performer means "eye of the day" in Indonesian dialect?

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The stage name or pseudonym of which early 20th century performer means "eye of the day" in Indonesian dialect?
posted Apr 6 by Mohammad

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Margaretha Geertruida MacLeod (neé Zelle)
MacLeod's stage name was Mata Hari, which she adopted (following her married life in the Dutch East Indies) as an exotic dancer in Paris in the first years of the 20th century and later used in spying for France during the First World War. She was executed by French authorities in 1917 under suspicion of having also spied for Germany.

answer Apr 7 by Mridul
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