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The most-feared Allied spy of the s was a woman, and disabled -- and she's having a pop culture moment now. Deep inside CIA headquarters at Langley, a rare visit to a shrine to a disabled woman who set the standard for paramilitary operations behind enemy lines. Born to a prominent Baltimore family, Virginia Hall was not interested in the social scene. She wanted to be a foreign service officer, but could only get a job as a clerk. She would never take no. When the Nazis seized power, Hall volunteered to drive an ambulance for the French Army.
Taking of her stump stock, blisters, she never complained," said Neises. As soon as she was out, she wanted to go back. She returned in disguise to occupied France for the OSS, the precursor to the CIA, leading more than French resistance fighters, blowing up supply and communications lines, even a railroad bridge.
She retired to a small town outside Baltimore and died in , never really telling her own story. Now decades later, there are books, and movies coming — and the most feared spy of World War Two has finally broken cover. The movie is slated to star Daisy Ridley of Star Wars fame. Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility help. Email or phone Password Forgotten account? Sign Up. A hunting accident cost her a leg -- and nearly her life.
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