1922: Six Greek former ministers of state 1941: Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya

Themed Set: Women Against Fascism

November 29th, 2007 Headsman

The entries of today and tomorrow will hardly be the last women, the last anti-fascists, or the last women anti-fascists to grace these pages.

But this small themed set offers a complementary couplet of resistance: women of almost diametrically opposed circumstances who in vastly different ways opposed fascism at the risk (and ultimately, the forfeit) of their lives.

On this day..

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3 thoughts on “Themed Set: Women Against Fascism”

  1. Ursula Harper says:

    Could you please tell me where I might find photos of women executed at Plozensee in 1941. I have tried all possiblities and have always come up empty. Please help if you can Thankyou Ursula

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