Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya, the Eastern Front of WWII
1941 was an unusually rough year for the Soviet Union, what with that whole German/Romanian/Italian/Hungarian/Finnish/Slovakian invasion going on. This didn't stop 18-year-old Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya from signing up for the Partisan-Reconnaissance Unit No. 9903, where she was tasked with burning down the houses in a Nazi-occupied village (preferably while they were being occupied).
Zoya managed to set fire to a few buildings before she was caught, tortured and paraded around town with a sign that said "Houseburner."
Her guard detail here are easily the most half-assed Nazis we've ever seen.
But before Zoya was publicly executed on November 29, 1941, she had a few words of hard-assed strategy to share with her captors and the audience, pointing out that "There are two hundred million of us, you can't hang us all!"
This was actually part of a larger speech where she kindly instructed her compatriots to "Kill the Germans, burn them, hunt them down like rats!" while the Germans were standing right there, preparing to hang her and feeling super awkward.
"It was the rudest thing I'd seen since we, y'know, killed all those people."