Fu Yuanhui is all of us (but 1000x more loveable)
Don’t ever change!
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Posted by Asian Crush on Wednesday, August 10, 2016
This most-wanted WW2 spy rescued Jews and POWs, blew up Nazi trains, and used an X-rated radio rhyme to identify herself to Britain.
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Miriam O’Brien Underhill
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When a government magistrate unjustly killed her son, this unassuming middle-aged wife spent years raising an army to topple that same government.
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