"Andree didn't understand how precious her freedom or her country were until the day she lost both to the Germans. When it became clear the Germans would now control what was printed in the newspapers, Andree suddenly wanted to fight for the freedom to know the truth. So when she and her friends heard Charles de Gaulle's radio message from London, they decided to copy and distribute it. Then she began to work for Brest's underground newspaper."
Excerpt from "Andree Virot: Agent Rose" from Women Heroes of World War II: 26 Stories of Espionage, Sabotage, Resistance, and Rescue.
Charles de Gaulle broadcasting from London