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This would allow Hitler and his army to think there was no resistance in Great Britain. After 30 days, all of the resistance groups were to emerge from their bunkers and start fighting the Nazis with whatever means possible. They were trained in setting booby traps, how to build bombs, and how to handle a wide variety of weapons. Each local unit was given assigned targets. In case of invasion, they were expected to sabotage Nazi aircraft, trucks, tanks, and fuel stations. Some of the units were trained in radio operations and were expected to act as spies, reporting information back to British intelligence officers.
The Maquis were bands of fierce guerilla fighters who worked to sabotage the Nazi Army. With the help of direct radio contact with England, the agents in France could tell the British what supplies the Maquis needed. Then the British would tell Nancy and Major Farmer where the supplies would be dropped. All transmissions were coded, and the codes were fiercely guarded. Special Operations Executive: Nancy Wake’s false identity papers Within a few months, Nancy was working with and supplying 17 different Maquis bands that included 7,000 men.
She continued to perform as a singer and dancer around the world and fought for racial equality everywhere she went. In the 1950s and 1960s, she became involved in the fight for equal rights in America and spoke at the 1963 March on Washington. Her speech was just before Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech. She died in Paris at the age of 68. She was still dancing and singing on stage just 4 days before her death. When she was buried, her adopted country showed their gratitude—she was given a funeral with full military honors.
World War II. Spies, Secret Missions, and Hidden Facts from World War II by Stephanie Bearce