Nadezhda Konstantinovna Krupskaya (Russian: Надежда Константиновна Крупская, IPA: [nɐˈdʲeʐdə kənstɐnʲˈtʲinəvnə ˈkrupskəjə]; 26 February [O.S. 14 February] 1869 – 27 February 1939) was a Russian revolutionary and the wife of Vladimir Lenin.
Nadezhda Konstantinovna Krupskaya, revolutionary who became the wife of Vladimir I. Lenin, played a central role in the Bolshevik (later Communist) Party, and was a prominent member of the Soviet educational bureaucracy. A Marxist activist in St. Petersburg in the early 1890s, Krupskaya met Lenin.
Nadezhda (Nadya) Krupskaya was a significant figure in the radical movement that made the Russian Revolution a century ago. But, like many women in politics before and after her, Krupskaya...
Nadezhada K. Krupskaya Nadezhda K. Krupskaya 1869–1939 Krupskaya was a Russian revolutionary, writer, educator and Secretary of the Bolshevik Faction of the Social Democratic Party. Wife and advisor to V.I. Lenin. Secretary to the Board of Iskra beginning in 1901. In 1917, Inessa Armand, Clara Zetkin, and N. K. Krupskaya pressured Russian
Nadezhda Konstantinovna Krupskaya (Russian: Наде́жда Константи́новна Кру́пская, IPA: [nɐˈdʲeʐdə kənstɐnˈtʲinəvnə ˈkrupskəjə]; 26 February [O.S. 14 February] 1869 – 27 February 1939) was a Russian Bolshevik and the wife of Vladimir Lenin.
Died. 27 February 1939 (aged 70) Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union. Nadezhda Konstantinovna "Nadya" Krupskaya ( Russian: Надежда Константиновна Крупская, scientific transliteration Nadežda Konstantinovna Krupskaja) (26 February [O.S. 14 February] 1869 - February 27, 1939) was a Russian Bolshevik revolutionary.
Throughout these developments, Nadezhda Krupskaya — a key leader of the Bolshevik women’s movement and Lenin’s wife — may have had a greater impact on this system than previously thought.
Krupskaya, Nadezhda (1869–1939) Russian educator, writer, Marxist revolutionary, and wife of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, who took on Stalin but was powerless to stop him. Name variations: N.K. Krupskaya; Nadya Krupskaia; Nadya Lenin. Pronunciation: NA-de-AH KROOP-skay-yah.
A native of St. Petersburg, Nadezhda Krupskaya developed an early and lifelong interest in education, especially that of adults. Beginning in the 1890s, she taught in workers' evening and adult education schools. In Marxist circles she met Vladimir Ilich Ulyanov (Lenin).
Nadezhda Krupskaya was a founder of the Bolshevik Party, an influential member of the People’s Commissariat of Education after the Bolsheviks came to power, and a writer. She became a Marxist activist during the early 1890s in Saint Petersburg; it was at this time that she met Vladimir Lenin.