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TWO BELGIAN WOMEN who were members of a special airborne reconnaissance force established in March this year to obtain early information about prisoners of war and concentration camps in Germany. The force consisted of parachute teams from five nationalities and included women, some of whom were members of the underground movements in German-occupied countries. Lieutenant Bonne Compagnie 0 e «) ,s married with two children, and a member of the Belgian Maquis. Her companion is Lieutenant Suzanne Hirsoux.

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TWO BELGIAN WOMEN who were members of a special airborne reconnaissance force established in March this year to obtain early information about prisoners of war and concentration camps in Germany. The force consisted of parachute teams from five nationalities and included women, some of whom were members of the underground movements in German-occupied countries. Lieutenant Bonne Compagnie 0e«) ,s married with two children, and a member of the Belgian Maquis. Her companion is Lieutenant Suzanne Hirsoux., Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945

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TWO BELGIAN WOMEN who were members of a special airborne reconnaissance force established in March this year to obtain early information about prisoners of war and concentration camps in Germany. The force consisted of parachute teams from five nationalities and included women, some of whom were members of the underground movements in German-occupied countries. Lieutenant Bonne Compagnie 0e«) ,s married with two children, and a member of the Belgian Maquis. Her companion is Lieutenant Suzanne Hirsoux. Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945

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