Having a passion for women’s history, this story brings a tear to my eye for a few reasons…
It demonstrates how one person can change the world, shows the bravery people can have in spite of the terrible consequences, shows human warmth and compassion in immeasurable depth, and sadly, the corrupt and ridiculous nature of power and politics in this world…
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Thank you for sharing this! There are so many incredibly brave and humble people out there who remind us of our best sides… Now I know about one more.
With your permission, I would like to include a link to this post in my next guest post for Greatest Generation Lessons about women in WWII.
Yes sure, that would be great. Thanks.
Cool. What a brave lady. Thanks for sharing.
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