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Viktoria Savs (1899-1979), was an Austrian soldier. She enlisted in the imperial Austrian army in the guise of a man and was awarded with the Medal for Bravery (Austria-Hungary) for valor in combat for her service in the Dolomitian front in 1915-1917. She retired from service when she had to amputate her leg in 1917 and her sex was discovered during treatment. She then served within the Red Cross during the rest of the war, were she was also decorated for her service. She attracted attention and was hailed as a patriotic war heroine.

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  • Viktoria Savs (* 27. Juni 1899 in Bad Reichenhall; † 31. Dezember 1979 in Salzburg) war eine von zwei bekannten österreichischen Frontsoldatinnen des Ersten Weltkriegs. Sie diente mit Wissen ihrer Vorgesetzten, doch praktisch als Frau unerkannt, an der Dolomitenfront. Nach einer schweren Verwundung im Mai 1917 kam sie ins Lazarett. Für ihren Einsatz und ihre Tapferkeit wurde sie mehrfach ausgezeichnet. Sie erlangte als das „Heldenmädchen von den Drei Zinnen“ einen höheren Bekanntheitsgrad.
  • Durante la prima guerra mondiale si arruolò nell'Esercito austro-ungarico fingendosi uomo, allo scopo di rimanere accanto al padre soldato.
  • Viktoria Savs (1899-1979), was an Austrian soldier. She enlisted in the imperial Austrian army in the guise of a man and was awarded with the Medal for Bravery (Austria-Hungary) for valor in combat for her service in the Dolomitian front in 1915-1917. She retired from service when she had to amputate her leg in 1917 and her sex was discovered during treatment. She then served within the Red Cross during the rest of the war, were she was also decorated for her service. She attracted attention and was hailed as a patriotic war heroine.
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  • Viktoria Savs (* 27. Juni 1899 in Bad Reichenhall; † 31. Dezember 1979 in Salzburg) war eine von zwei bekannten österreichischen Frontsoldatinnen des Ersten Weltkriegs. Sie diente mit Wissen ihrer Vorgesetzten, doch praktisch als Frau unerkannt, an der Dolomitenfront. Nach einer schweren Verwundung im Mai 1917 kam sie ins Lazarett. Für ihren Einsatz und ihre Tapferkeit wurde sie mehrfach ausgezeichnet. Sie erlangte als das „Heldenmädchen von den Drei Zinnen“ einen höheren Bekanntheitsgrad.
  • Durante la prima guerra mondiale si arruolò nell'Esercito austro-ungarico fingendosi uomo, allo scopo di rimanere accanto al padre soldato.
  • Viktoria Savs (1899-1979), was an Austrian soldier. She enlisted in the imperial Austrian army in the guise of a man and was awarded with the Medal for Bravery (Austria-Hungary) for valor in combat for her service in the Dolomitian front in 1915-1917. She retired from service when she had to amputate her leg in 1917 and her sex was discovered during treatment. She then served within the Red Cross during the rest of the war, were she was also decorated for her service. She attracted attention and was hailed as a patriotic war heroine.
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