The Limping Lady and the Woman Who Couldn’t Lie

It was a bleak November in 1942, when a tall woman with striking features and a slight limp was hurriedly negotiating a Pyrenees mountain path. She was the founder and leader of the HECKLER resistance network, and she worried about leaving behind her contacts due to the German forces tightening their grip on Vichy France. … Continue reading The Limping Lady and the Woman Who Couldn’t Lie