Today’s the anniversary of the end of WWII in Europe. Did you know that women were often (uncredited) spies and couriers in WWII? Read about this woman (she’s incredible):
Anne Sofie Østvedt quickly rose through the ranks to become the deputy commander of the underground intelligence-gathering resistance group XU. According to the top-secret document in her AAUW file, “As from the summer of 1943, she functioned as the proxy of the chief and in that capacity had contacts with the leading underground organizations. During the stays abroad and inspection trips of her chief, she was the acting leader of the whole system, comprising that whole of south Norway (about 3,000 men).
Read more here.