YOU are the world's first Spy Princess, Noor Inayat Khan. Although you grew up in luxury with all of the best that your American mother and Sufi father could offer, you had dreams of becoming a children's author and helping people all over the world who you met in your global travels. World War II changed your life, but also showed the world you were one of the bravest women who ever lived. You left your easy life behind to spy for the Resistance as a British secret agent, and became the first female radio operator who entered Nazi-occupied France. Did the lessons of your life prepare you for the realities of war?