Stoessi’s Heroes: Heroic Women of WW2
Stoessi’s Heroes haben ab sofort die “Heroic Women of WW2” im Shop.
After the Germans killed her husband, Mariya wanted revenge for his death and for the death of the Soviet people. For this purpose she deposited all her personal savings – 50,000 rubles – to the National Bank in order to build a tank. She named that tank ‘Fighting Girlfriend’ and went to the frontline as the driver of said tank.”
And so Mariya went to war in her own tank with grim determination. After her first battle she wrote a letter to her sister where she told her “I’ve had my baptism by fire. I beat the bastards. Sometimes I’m so angry I can’t even breathe.”
Preis: 11,50 EUR
Nancy Wake was a hard-drinking, hard-fighting WWII special agent, saboteur, and Maquis commander who survived four days of Gestapo interrogation, saved over two hundred downed Allied pilots from falling into the clutches of the Nazis, blew up a couple German supply depots, had a bounty of five million Francs placed on her head, and then killed an SS soldier with her bare hands.
She was the Allies’ most decorated servicewoman of WWII, and the Gestapo’s most-wanted person. They code-named her ‘The White Mouse’ because of her ability to elude capture.
Preis: 5,90 EUR
Simone Segouin, also known by her “nom de guerre” Nicole Minet is a former French resistance fighter who served in the Francs-Tireurs et Partisans group (Free-shooters and Partisans, or FTP) – a combat alliance made up of militant communists and French nationalists.
She was credited with capturing 25 Germans and killing several more in the Chartres, France area. She was also present in Paris, France during the city’s liberation. For her efforts during the war, she was promoted to the rank of lieutenant and was awarded the Croix de guerre.
Preis: 5,90 EUR
Quelle: Stoessi’s Heroes