Simone Segouin

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"Nicole" a French Partisan who captured 25 Nazis in the Chartres area, in addition to liquidating others, poses with a German MP 40 with which she is most proficient.

Simone Segouin, also known by her nom de guerre Nicole Minet, (born October 3, 1925 Thivars, Eure-et-Loir) was a French resistance fighter, in the Francs-Tireurs et Partisans group.

She was present at the fall of Chartres, on August 23, 1944, and liberation of Paris.[1] She was promoted to lieutenant, and awarded the Croix de guerre. A street in Courville-sur-Eure will be named for her.[2]

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Simone Segouin, French female partisan/resistance fighter, World War 2
French Resistance fighters, Paris 1944