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French heroine of World War II who served in the French Resistance and Britain’s Special Operations Executive. Damerment was to be a courier for SOE’s Hélène la madeleine PDF circuit in France during World War II but was arrested upon arrival by the Gestapo who knew she was coming.

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Damerment was born in Lille, France, the second daughter of the city’s postmaster. Her father got her a job as a clerk in the Post Office. Following the occupation of France by the Germans in World War II, Damerment’s family became actively involved with the French resistance. In England, she volunteered to work with the Special Operations Executive and was allocated the cover name Martine Dussautoy and commissioned as an ensign in the FANY. For weapons training, she was reported to have improved and was « now a fair shot with pistol and carbine, but is lacking in aggressivness. I have not a great deal of faith in this student. Although she has a good brain, she is too temperamental and not sufficiently impersonal for a first-class student.

She has, however, a good sense of humour and a certain amount of charm and intelligence. New Year in England, Damerment was sent to Beaulieu for a clandestine warfare course. She is quite intelligent, practical, shrewd, quick and resourceful. Although she seemed keen, she did not always work very hard. Her character is strong, but she is self-centred, rather irresponsible and sometimes impatient and turbulent. She is temperamental, and personal relationships play a considerable part in her life. She seemed deeply attached to friends.

Her personality is vivacious, and she can be pleasant when she wants to be, but she is also inclined to be malicious and sullen when she does not get her own way. She has a strong sense of humour. The student should make a satisfactory subordinate under a strong leader, but she would need careful handling. Taught innocent Letter based on Playfair, with conventions.

Letter One-time pad and secret censorship. III showing the later rectangular fins and Bristol Hercules radial engines. A Gestapo man named Max Wassmer was in charge of prisoner transports at Karlsruhe and accompanied the women to Dachau. Another Gestapo man named Christian Ott gave a statement to American investigators after the war as to the fate of Damerment and her three companions. The four prisoners had come from the barrack in the camp, where they had spent the night, into the yard where the shooting was to be done.

Here he had announced the death sentence to them. Only the Lagerkommandant and the two SS men had been present. The four prisoners now had to kneel with their heads towards a small mound of earth and were killed by the two SS, one after another by a shot through the back of the neck. During the shooting the two Englishwomen held hands and the two French-women likewise.

For three of the prisoners the first shot caused death, but for the German-speaking Englishwoman a second shot had to be fired as she still showed signs of life after the first shot. After the shooting of these prisoners the Lagerkommandant said to the two SS men that he took a personal interest in the jewellery of the women and that this should be taken into his office. This cannot be considered a reliable account as Ott told the investigator he had asked Wassmer the following question after being told what had happed to the women: « But tell me, what really happened », to which Wassmer replied: « So you want to know how it really happened? She is also listed on the « Roll of Honor » on the Valençay SOE Memorial in the town of Valençay, in the Indre Département of France. Movie based on the book by R.

Documentary about the SOE « finishing school » on the Beaulieu estate in Hampshire. French film about five SOE female agents and their contribution towards the D-Day invasions. Filming began in 1944 and starred real-life SOE agents Captain Harry Rée and Jacqueline Nearne codenamed « Felix » and « Cat », respectively. The film tells the story of the training of agents for SOE and their operations in France. Movie based on the book by Jerrard Tickell about Odette Sansom, starring Anna Neagle and Trevor Howard. Did General De Gaulle tell the whole truth about the French resistance? This is the purpose of this documentary.

French what SOE did at that time. Television series that was broadcast between 1987 and 1990 featuring the exploits of the women and, less frequently, the men of SOE, which was renamed the ‘Outfit’. Four young women who died for their country ». Special Forces – Roll Of Honour ». A Life in Secrets: Vera Atkins and the Missing Agents of WWII.

Agents Françaises: French women infiltrated into France during the Second World War. The Women Who Lived for Danger: The Women Agents of SOE in the Second World War. SOE In France 1941-1945: An Official Account of the Special Operations Executive’s French Circuits. A once classified report compiled in 1946 by a former member of SOE’s F Section, Major Robert Bourne-Patterson, who was a planning officer.

They Fought Alone: The True Story of SOE’s Agents in Wartime France. Buckmaster was the head of SOE’s F Section, who infamously ignored security checks by captured SOE wireless operators that indicated their capture, resulting in agents being captured and executed. French Resistance Fighter: France’s Secret Army. Comprehensive coverage of the French Resistance. A Quiet Courage: The story of SOE’s women agents in France. Unearthing Churchill’s Secret Army: The Official List of SOE Casualties and Their Stories. Detailed look at SOE casualties and selected stories that are representative of the experience of SOE personnel.