Historic betrayals that shocked the world

Traitor of Austria: Responsible for the deaths of half a million of his countrymen, Austrian officer Alfred Redl worked as a spy for the Russian.

Massacre of Glencoe: In 1692, 38 members and associates of Clan MacDonald of Glencoe were killed by Scottish government forces.

Brutal Brutus: The tyrannical rule of Roman emperor Julius Caesar came to an end when his nephew Marcus Brutus.

The revenge on Francisco Pizarro: Spanish conquistador Pizarro held Incan Emperor Atahualpa hostage after defeating an entire army.

Changing wings: Chinese politician Wang Jingwei was originally a member of the left-wing anti-communist Kuomintang.

One of the most famous traitors: For 30 silver coins, Judas Iscariot betrayed Jesus Christ by kissing him on the cheek to let the authorities know his identity.

The woman who betrayed her people to the Spanish conquerors: La Malinche was a Nahua woman who contributed to the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire. 

Close ties with the enemy: Before his treason against his country, Vidkun Quisling served as the Norwegian Minister of Defense. 

The traitor of the true faith: Head of the army of Bengal, Mir Jafar's betrayal of his country was fueled by his intense desire to claim the throne.

Tokyo Rose: Tokyo Rose was ​the name given by US soldiers during World War II to Iva Ikuko Toguri d'Aquino.

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