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SPIES: No Hari

Switzerland last week furnished the first notable spy trial of World War II. A brunette dancer called Nina (real name: Virginia Capt Rota), arrested at the frontier as she sought to enter France last month, was found guilty of possessing Swiss anti-aircraft defense secrets. She was supposedly to deliver them by roundabout route to Italy. She was sentenced to five years in jail. With her were convicted Roger Joël, former draftsman in a Swiss arms plant; Paul Rochat, a Geneva detective, and Rochat's wife Dolly. In jail, Dancer Nina hunger-struck and...

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