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English: Image of Memorial Plaque in Dachau: "Here in Dachau on the 12th of September 1944 four young Women Officers of the British Forces attached to Special Operations Executive were brutally murdered and their bodies cremated. They died as gallantly as they served the Resistnace in France during the common struggle for freedom from tyranny. Mrs. Yolande Beekman, Miss Madeleine Damerment, Miss Noorunisa (Noor) Inayat Khan, Mrs. Eliane Plewman, "But the souls of the righteous are in the hand of God and there no torment shall touch them."
Date May 28, 2006
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