"She was the bravest of us all." Odette Churchill GC, SOE Operative.
Two missions, success, interrogations, not a word of betrayal, tortured, executed at Ravensbruck
Alone, behind enemy lines, Violette undertook the most dangerous activities in some of the most perilous areas in France in 1944. Coming face to face with the enemy, with only forged papers and well-practiced cover stories to protect her, Violette thought not of the danger she was in but of the role she was playing in the liberation of Europe from the German forces.
"That her George Cross was awarded posthumously in 1946 was all the more poignant when one remembers that it was received by her four-year old daughter, Tania, who so many years later, has produced this totally unique account of her mother's life and work" Bestselling Author, JACK HIGGINS email@example.com www.violetteszabo.org