French history teacher known as one of the most legendary figures of the French Resistance during the Nazi occupation of France. In October 1943, she led an attack on a German truck, freeing many Jewish prisoners in the process.
She joined the group Lyon, founded by her husband, in resistance to the Nazis.
Her story is so famous that it was made into a film in 1997 called "Lucie Aubrac."
She was married to Raymond Aubrac from 1939 to her death in 2007. They had three children.
Her daughter, Elizabeth, is the goddaughter of Communist revolutionary Ho Chi Minh.