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So far, the name Mata Heir has become a symbol of the intelligence and beauty of the spy industry.
Margaretha Zelle was born on 7 August 1876 in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands. She is the second child of successful entrepreneur Adam Zelle and his wife Ante van Del Mel en and also the only daughter of a family of four sons. Margaretha Zelle is called Greeted by her family. M Greet has natural beauty and mysterious black hair, black eyes. Thanks to the success of her father, her family has a comfortable life. M Greet had a peaceful childhood until she was 13 when her father Adam Zelle went bankrupt.
After selling his belongings and bringing his family to live in a poor apartment, Adam went to Amsterdam and left his wife for his children. However, life became increasingly difficult, causing her mother's health to collapse and die, when M Greet was only 15 years old. Although his wife has died, Adam Zelle still does not raise children and bring relatives to economic conditions. M Greet moved to godfather in a small town in Sneak. At this time, Me Greet has become a pretty girl that many people are passionate about.
On the advice of his godfather, Greet was taken to kindergarten, but soon afterwards Greet was forced to leave school early because her principal died for her beauty.
On August 7, 1876, the Great girl met Her Tacos in the Dutch city of Leeuwarden. During this time, young girls are very hardworking and intelligent in everything from study to work. As time passed, Me Greet became an 18 year old girl and thought of marriage.
In a read article, Greet accidentally reads a message to find a mate. "A captain wants to find a sweet, cheerful and suitable girl to marry." This news was posted by a friend of Rudolph Macleod.
McLeod is a 38-year-old serving in the Dutch army, fights bravely and receives many medals. Margaretha Zelle responded to this report. After some meetings, Captain Rudolph Macleod suggested and Greet accepted. They quickly married just three weeks after they joined.
In 1895, Margaretha Zelle gave birth to Norman John's first child. At the same time, the wives engage in a heated debate about Rudolf's atrocities.
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