On October 1, two women in their late 20s named _________ and _________, snuck into enemy German territory, placing themselves as close as possible to the town of Granges sur Valonne.
They were remarkably good spies. One had been helping the Maquis resistance fighters for two years, and the other had been in the intelligence game for six months.
Only _________ returned to our lines that night. Apparently, the two women found just seven Germans in Houx. They were all enlisted men who wanted to surrender when they were told that the Americans were coming. They surrendered to the two women, who took their weapons, locked the arms in a separate room, and put the Germans in a cellar.
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