Gabrielle Petit was a Belgian who spied for British allies and executed by the Germans. She reportedly refused to wear a blindfold before the firing squad and said, “Vive, la Belgique!” moments before her execution.
Saloniki, Greece, "Black Sabbath", On "Black Sabbath", 9000 Jewish men of ages were forced to gather in the "Freedom square" where they were humiliated for the entire day. In this photograph a soldier is pouring water on a Jew's head.
Nurse at the Scherbatsevich hospital, Olga Fedorovna, hanged by the Germans in Alexander Square in Minsk, October The inscription on the poster hanging around her neck reads in Russian and German - "We are partisans, shooting at German soldiers.
Memorial to Belgian heroine Gabrielle Petit, who spied for the British Secret Service during World War One. When finally betrayed in 1916, she refused to reveal her fellow-agents' identities, despite offers of amnesty in return. Mme. Petit was shot by a German firing squad, and she is honoured to this day for her courage and patriotism.