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Many of the semi-spies of the German commercial, musical, and theatrical world are, from their point of view, honest workers and enthusiastic for German _Kultur_.
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Attached to it are spies and semi-spies, hotel-keepers, hairdressers, tutors, governesses, and employees in Government establishments, such as shipbuilding yards and armament factories.
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The semi-spies, such as waiters, were usually "helped" by the German Government through waiters' friendly societies.
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The great mob of semi-spies do not derive their whole income from Germany, nor are they, I believe, all actually paid at regular intervals.
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They also brought back with them topographical and local knowledge that supplemented the military spy work later achieved by the German officers who came to live here for spying purposes, and the great army of _trained_ spy waiters, who are not to be confused with the semi-spies in hotels, who drew small sums from Consuls.
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Examples of Semi-spy

Example #1
They recently fastened upon England, because the Germans for many years have been taught to regard this country as their next opponent.
Example #2
It is not without significance that all the clerks of the "Special Bureau" left for Germany the day of mobilisation.
Example #3
It is a mistake to suppose that all these are Germans.
Example #4
The excellent German Consular system, which has done so much to help German trade invaders in foreign countries, is openly a spy bureau, and is provided in almost every important centre with its own secret service fund.
Example #5
It was the duty of these men to communicate either in writing or verbally with the Consul, or with certain headquarters either in Brussels or Berlin, and it is only in accordance with human nature that spies of that class, in order to gain a reputation for acumen and consequent increase of pay, provided the kind of information that pleased the paymaster.
Example #6
German spies are as a rule badly paid.