Sir Francis Walsingham

 Sir Francis Walsingham (c. 1532April 6, 1590) is remembered by history as the “spymaster” of Queen Elizabeth I of England. An admirer of Machiavelli, Walsingham is remembered as one of the most proficient espionage-weavers in history, excelling in the use of intrigues and deception to secure the English Crown. He is widely considered as the one of the fathers of modern Intelligence.  Walsingham was the first English statesman fully to embrace the challenges of the post-Reformation diplomatic world and the new European threats and alliances it offered

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