The Great Hero
Østvedt was born on January 2, 1920, in Norway. When German forces invaded in 1940, she was a 20-year-old chemistry student at the University of Oslo. She was very devoted to join the resistance army. She first started by writing, editing and distributing underground illegal news papers. Then later she formally joined the resistance. She was a great leader she ranked to become deputy commander. In public she was a chief but during all that she was leader of the resistance project. During World War Two it was t very common for a woman to be a leader and she is one of the few who where commanders in the resistance. She was in charged for five year but that came with consequences she quit her school to be in the resistance. If it wasn't for people like her who knows what would have happened to the world today.
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