Simone Segouin, known by her codename, Nicole Minet. She was 18 when the Germans invaded. Her first act of rebellion, she stole a bicycle from a German military administration, slicing the tires of all of the other bikes and motorcycles so they couldn't pursue her. She led teams of Resistance fighters to capture German troops, set traps, and sabotage German equipment. Simone helped to create a German-free path to help the Allied forces retake France from the inside. Segouin was present at the Liberation of Chartres on August 23, 1944, and then the liberation of Paris two days later. She was promoted to lieutenant and awarded several medals, including the Croix de Guerre. After the war, she studied medicine and became a pediatric nurse. She is still going strong, and this October (2020) will turn 95.