Coco Chanel, Secret Nazi Spy?

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It’s fairly well known that the famous fashion designer Coco Chanel was friendly, to varying degrees, with the Nazis during their World War II occupation of France. Though beyond speculation and rumors, much of what Chanel was up to during those years remained fairly quiet, her story resuming after returning to France after fleeing to Switzerland for a decade after the war.

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