English: Captain Frederick "Fritz" Joubert Duquene (September 21, 1877 – May 24, 1956)
Captain Duquesne, Boer Army picture. ca. 1900
Pre-1919 pictures of Duquesne
A young Fritz Duquesne as a war correspondent.
Duquesne standing next to the White Rhino he shot.
Duquesne on Safari.
Duquesne poses with his pet leopard cub, 1911.
Fritz Duquesne, 1913
Another photo of Capt. Duquesne, 1913.
Alice Wortley Duquesne, 1913.
Another photo of Mrs. Duquesne, 1913.
Fritz Duquesne operating under the alias: Captain Claude Stoughton of the Western Australian Light Horse regiment (fictitious). Printed on U.S. War bonds in World War I. 1917.
A highly decorated Captain Fritz Joubert Duquesne, wearing the Iron Cross he earned in 1916 for his role in sinking the HMS Hampshire and killing Lord Kitchener. Many of his medals are of questionable authenticity.
FBI photo of Capt. Fritz Duquesne meeting with double-agent William Sebolt in New York. c1940
Double-agent William Sebold talks with Captain Duquesne, unaware that FBI agents were taping the whole episode behind a two-way mirror.
FBI file photo, c1941
Duquesne in office of William Sebold (posing as Harry Sawyer), FBI photo, June 25, 1941.
The 33 convicted members of the Duquesne Spy Ring (FBI print)