This Teacher KILLED hundreds of ENEMY SOLDIERS in WWII!

History Documentaries

During World War II, not only allied soldiers took it upon themselves to fight against Nazism, there were also ordinary people who broke out of their routine to come face to face with the Third Reich and its allies. People who had a normal life before the war, but who decided to stand up during the conflict, thus remaining in history. This was the case of Nieves Fernandez, a Filipino elementary school teacher who became a guerrilla leader to confront the Japanese troops, and who is remembered to this day for silently killing more than 200 enemies.

Credit Military History

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