#5SmartReads - January 18, 2021
On a Nazi hunting princess, the new Batwoman, and the danger of SCOTUS' new ruling
I’m convinced that if we taught history through the lens of the women who helped shape it, more people would be interested in studying it.
Take Noor Inayat Khan. The Indian princess and daughter of a Sufi mystic found herself in Nazi-occupied France as a radio operator, sending intelligence back to the Allies to aided in D-Day’s success.
Lucky for us, her story will be heading to our screens eventually. In the meantime, I would like more fierce stories about the women who shaped history, thank you very much.