Louisa Mary Gould (1891-1945) was a member of the Channel Islands resistance movement during World War II. From 1942 until her arrest in 1944, Gould sheltered an escaped Russian slave worker on the island of Jersey. Following a trial, she was sent to the Ravensbrück concentration camp where she was gassed to death in 1945. In 2010 she was posthumously named a British Hero of the Holocaust.
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