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Margot Duhalde, the Chilean pilot who fought the Nazis in World War II

By Alexis Polo Ganzález

In the framework of its 280th anniversary, the Chilean Mint, in charge of printing money in the South American country, held the Valuable Women contest to define which historical character will be the face of the institution's commemorative print.

The citizens chose Duhalde.

The Mint announced that Margot Duhalde, the first Chilean woman to pilot warplanes and volunteer in World War II, was chosen as the face for the commemorative print of the campaign.

More than 100,000 people participated in the initiative, which aims to highlight and recognize the important role of women . . .

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