French Resistance figure Yvette Lundy dies aged 103


Yvette Lundy, a major figure of the French Resistance movement during the German occupation of France during WWII, who was responsible for saving members of Jewish families, men fleeing forced labour, and escaped prisoners of war, and who herself was a survivor of the notorious Ravensbruck concentration camp, has died at her home in northern France, aged 103.

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Yvette Lundy, a well-known member of the French Resistance and a Nazi concentration camp survivor, has died at the age of 103, reports BBC News.