female resistance fighters
Updated: 5/16/2020
female resistance fighters
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  • Margaret Thatcher Country she fought for: Britain/ united kingdomSuccessful accomplishments: Was the longest serving British prime minister of the 20th century and the first woman to hold that office. She implemented policies known as Thatcherism.Yes, she was successful. Her political philosophy and economic policies emphasized deregulation, flexible labour markets, privatization of state owned companies and reducing the power and influence of trade unions.
  • Golda meirCountry she fought for: Israel Successful accomplishment: Was one of the signers of Israels declaration, was appointed minister to Moscow, but then hostilities broke out between Arab countries and Israel, she returned and was elected to the Israel parliament.Yes, she was successful. she also helped establish Israel. she showed strong leadership during war, and sought peaceful diplomatic relations with other countries.
  • Indira GandhiCountry she fought for: IndiaSuccessful accomplishments: was an Indian politician and was the first ever and only female prime minister of India. was also the second long serving prime minister after her father. Yes, she was successful. following the December election in 1971, Indias decisive victory over Pakistan in the Indo-Pakistani war that occurred in the last two weeks of the Bangladesh liberation war, which led the formation of Bangladesh.
  • Mother Teresa Country she fought for: Calcutta, IndiaSuccessful accomplishments: Founded the missionaries of charity. she was humanitarian and an advocate for the poor and helpless. She was successful. she won the Nobel peace prize in 1979, the pope John XX||| peace prize in 1971, and the Nehru prize for promotion of International peace and understanding in 1972. her missionary charities are still up and running.
  • Madres de la plaza de mayo (Esther c. & Mary bianco)Country they fought for: ArgentinaAccomplishments: they fought for their missing children, who they believed were abducted during the military dictatorship. the military gave up its authority to a civilian government in 1983, while the mothers pushed for information. they gave value to the traditional role of mothers. they refuted the concept that to be taken seriously or to be successful, a movement either has to be gender-neutral, or masculine; Femininity and motherhood was integral to the mothers protest.
  • Oprah Winfrey Country/state she worked for: Chicago Successful accomplishments: she became the first woman and African American to top entertainments top 101 most powerful people in the entertainment industry. was ranked as the most influential woman in the world. she has also done charity work, as well as setting up her two own foundations and donating millions of her own money.
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