Axis Sally

Axis Sally

[Mildred Elizabeth Sisk, (1900–) or Rita Louise Zucca, (1912–)] Nazi broadcaster who urged American withdrawal from WWII. [Am. Hist.: Flexner, 449]
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6) (a) Axis Sally; (b) Mata Hari; (c) Violet Szabo (George Cross recipient and heroine of the French Resistance, she was executed by the Gestapo at age 23 on or about February 5, 1945); (d) Tokyo Rose; (e) The "other" Axis Sally.
Convinced that the woman before them was none other than Axis Sally, Ehalt refused to permit the men to cooperate without first obtaining permission from the senior American officer in the region.
A few months after the horse manure incident, Axis Sally gave Corp.
A few days later, a terrified Axis Sally ended her broadcasting career--leaving through the studio's back exit as the Red Army stormed through the front door.
Axis Sally descended into the filthy cellars and shelters that dotted Berlin, seeking whatever food and water she could barter or scavenge.
Axis Sally was the Allied soldiers' name for Mildred Gillars, a pro-Nazi American actress with a sultry voice.
Hanoi Hannah was better than either Axis Sally or Tokyo Rose at upsetting U.
Do you think the punishments meted out to Tokyo Rose and Axis Sally were just?
Volokh can also provide analogies between this case and the post-World War II prosecutions of Axis Sally and Tokyo Rose, who were U.
The case of Japanese propagandist Tokyo Rose is well known but this book takes a look at the little-known story of Axis Sally, the German-based version of a female American collaborator.
2) (a) Mata Hari; (b) Tokyo Rose; (c) HRH Princess Elizabeth; (d) Axis Sally.