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En a naive British Secret Service thought they had 'turned' him to spy against the Central Powers but he simply played along with the idea and built on his experience to make a name and lots of money for himself He is thought to have died in poverty in America some time in the s but will be remembered as one of the very few who played a very dangerous game and temporarily at least came out on top This is the final trial in the series of four The others include the sensational divorce proof of the Duke and Duchess of Argyll in the trial and appeal of the nurse Jessie McTavish for injecting insulin into her geriatric patients in the s and the trial and appeal of Samuel Moorov which led to the much uoted 'Moorov Doctrine'In this case the memorable story of the self styled German spy 'Dr Armgaard Karl Graves' starts with his trial in Edinburgh in which not only led to his conviction and sentence but to much muchincluding the publication of a best selling book and to a short lived career as an 'expert' on German policy in the Great War He certainly knew how to cash in on his new status as a confirmed 'master of espionage' and milked it for all it was worth and when he was inevitably found out he resorted to theft fraud and blackmail It was a remarkable age and his story shows him to be a complex troubled individual not unlike two other authors of that era Jaroslav Hasek and Erskine Childers whose own stories are briefly looked at and compared to that of the failed spy Like the other two Graves' books are still being published today but they are now only historical curiosities when compared to the impact the work of the other two had at the time particularly Hasek's creation Svejk who has internationally come to represent the underdog when faced with overwhelming foreign might or unbending bureaucracy Graves' fifteen minutes of fame began in Edinburgh High Court then took off dramatically when a naive British Secret Service thought they had'turned' him to spy against the Central Powers but he simply played along with the idea and built on his experience to make a name and lots of money.

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