Lisa Fittko (born Elizabeth Eckstein, Hungarian: Eckstein (Ekstein) Erzsebet; Uzhgorod 1909 - Chicago 2005) was a young woman who lived through the Nazi occupation of Europe. Lisa Fittko's life was formed in her work in the underground resistance of Nazi-occupied Europe. She came to international recognition over forty years later through her two widely-translated memoirs, in which she describes her actions (considered inspirational by many who read about them) in the voice of a fearless young woman, a bohemian, an activist. It is, however, a voice altogether lacking in self-glorification or self-pitying victimization. Her bravery in leading refugees, including many famous intellectuals and members of the anti-Hitler resistance from Nazi-occupied France across the Pyrenees into Spain, brought her international fame.