First the collage:
Obviously need you to identify them, think you already know what they did in WW2 so not asking that. Two of the above were executed after betrayal, one made it back to Blighty, one was a Mata Hari type and was eventually stabbed to death by one lover too many she used and discarded. Which?
This next bit is not quiz - it's about "Vera Atkins: The Most Powerful Woman in the History of Espionage" as Vanity Fair put it, calling her badass and eulogising and drooling over her.
But I'm not eulogising this person. She was a tall, bombastic woman who never went into the field, she coordinated from a safehouse, admittedly not all that safe, the man nominally over her was also inefficient and the result was that dozens of agents went to their deaths on their account, that pair ... which she totally refused to accept till the end. She was not well liked, and yet Vanity Fair wrote what it did, as she's the darling of the feminazi men.
The credit for the capture was not just down to their inefficiency but also to the remarkable efficiency of the German officer tasked with infiltration ... unfortunately, he did it too well.
Take another one, actually in the field, first name Noor ... now she really was a heroine, badly mistreated by the Germans, far too trusting for an agent, a genuinely nice girl, yet defiant and did not give up any core info before her grubby execution along with three other women.