Meta, from The Ars Magna for the Manifold Dimensions of z, joined the Danish Underground Resistance during the Nazi occupation of Denmark during WW II. Her role in the resistance is unclear, but she paid the ultimate price for her work undermining their stranglehold on her homeland.
“For most non-Jewish Danish prisoners, the period between their arrest and their arrival at a concentration camp was often more traumatic than the actual camp experience. Prisoners suspected of resistance work were subjected to solitary confinement, interrogation, and torture. Death and permanent impairment followed, even if they were subjected to no further hardships in the camp.” —Richard Petrow, The Bitter Years
An Excerpt from The Ars Magna for the Manifold Dimensions of z: “…The Gestapo may have tied her legs and arms to a hook on a wall; they may have tied her legs and arms to a pallet; they may not have bothered to tie her up at all; they may have pummeled her sex organs with rubber blackjacks; they may have penetrated her sex organs with rubber blackjacks; they may have just used the raw beastly power of their hairy fists. There is no record of this, but Meta’s hair never grew back, and she could never bear children again.”