Maria Hryhorivna Nikiforova ( Ukrainian: Марія Григорівна Нікіфорова; 1885–1919) was a Ukrainian anarchist partisan leader that led the Black Guards during the Ukrainian War of Independence, becoming widely renowned as an atamansha.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_Nikiforova
Maria Hryhorivna Nikiforova ( Ukrainian: Марія Григорівна Нікіфорова; 1885–1919) was a Ukrainian anarchist partisan leader that led the Black Guards during the Ukrainian War of Independence, becoming widely renowned as an atamansha.
Maria Nikiforova In memory of the many who made the russian revolution of 1917, a memory not just to mourn, but to rebel against political erasure, to learn of and sustain possibilities. For our series dedicated to the russian revolution , a brief history of the anarchist Maria Nikiforova: Atamansha, The Life of Marusya Nikiforova , by Malcolm ...
Maria Hryhorivna Nikiforova was a Ukrainian anarchist partisan leader that led the Black Guards during the Ukrainian War of Independence, becoming widely renowned as an atamansha. A self-described terrorist from the age of 16, she was imprisoned for her activities in Russia before managing to escape to western Europe.
Nikiforova, often known by her nickname Marusya, was a Ukrainian anarchist organiser who put together the first Black Guards cell in the city of Alexandrovsk in Ukraine. Nikiforova started the first Black Guards cell in an attempt to force land reform and wealth redistribution to fruition.
4.14 14 ratings2 reviews The Ukrainian anarchist Maria Nikiforova (1885-1919) rose from the slums of the industrial city of Alexandrovsk to become a ferocious military commander who sacrificed everything for the Russian Revolution.
Maria Nikiforova (or Marusya; 1885 – 1919) was an anarchist partisan leader whose activities in the Ukrainian War of Independence influenced the Ukrainian revolutionary Nestor Makhno . Quotes [ edit] The anarchists are not promising anything to anyone.
Born at Alexandrovsk, (now Zaphorozhye)in 1885 Maria Grigorevna Nikiforova was a worker, who had jobs as a baby sitter, sales clerk, and finally as a bottle washer in a vodka distillery.As a member of a local anarchist-communist group she was condemned to death for armed attacks on the Czarist authorities in 1905, commuted to twenty years hard l...
Maria Grigor'evna Nikiforova (Russian: Мария Григорьевна Никифорова; 1885–1919), was an anarchist partisan leader. A self-described terrorist from the age of 16, she was known widely by her nickname, Marusya. Through her exploits she became a renowned figure in anarchist movement of 1918–1919 in...
Marija Hrihorivna Nikiforova (ukr.: Марія Григорівна Никифорова) (1885 - 1919) byla vůdkyně anarchistických partyzánů, členka místních ukrajinských anarchistických skupin. V 16 letech sama sebe označila za teroristku. Byla známá pod svoji přezdívkou Marusja. (cs)
Today, Nikiforova remains obscure and uncelebrated within Ukraine. She has been ignored by Ukrainian historians. Critics of this treatment speculate that as an anti-nationalist who fought and was executed by the White Army, Nikforova's activities have been too difficult to rewrite and reconcile to fit a reformist historical narrative.