In the first panel the first “the” is “teh”, and “a … resistances” should probably be “a … resistance”. In the last panel I think that “guilotine” should be “guillotine”.
Yeah, this is a part of history I can’t believe isn’t taught. For all the info public schools give you about World War 2, how could they overlook such an amazing story?
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