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In 429, at the age of seventeen, Saint Joan of Arc not only consulted with the French Army, she fought with them to drive the English from France. She wore heavy armor, fought on horseback, and was wounded twice. She was later burned at the stake for heresy and cross dressing. The cross dressing was a farce, as was her trial. She was needed to wear a belt to hold up her pants. The Greeks were so impressed by the archery and horsemanship of a tribe of all female warriors from the Dead Sera area, it inspired them to create the myths of the Amazon women. During the Second World War, there are countless stories of female heroics in battle conditions.

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