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  1. Maria Nikiforova welcomed the outbreak of the October Revolution as another step towards the "withering away of the state". She set about establishing armed detachments known as the "Black Guards" in Oleksandrivsk, preparing an organized anarchist response for a conflict that was rapidly escalating into civil war.

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  3. Maria Nikiforova - Wikipedia

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    Maria Nikiforova welcomed the outbreak of the October Revolution as another step towards the "withering away of the state". She set about establishing armed detachments known as the "Black Guards" in Oleksandrivsk, preparing an organized anarchist response for a conflict that was rapidly escalating into civil war.

  4. Maria Nikiforova - Wikiwand

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    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. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Maria Nikiforova. Home News Random Article Install Wikiwand Send a suggestion

  5. Nikiforova, Marusya, 1885-1919 | libcom.org

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    Nikiforova was a Ukrainian and her activities in the Russian Revolution and Civil War took place mostly in Ukraine but she has been largely ignored by Ukrainian historians. She was anti-nationalist and, like the Ukrainian anarchist movement in general, she couldn't be assimilated to a nationalist historical perspective.

  6. The russian revolution of 1917: Maria Nikiforova | Autonomies

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    The Ukrainian anarchist Maria Nikiforova (1887–1919) has sometimes been compared to Joan of Arc. Like Joan she started from humble origins and, improbably, became a ferocious military commander who was captured and executed by her sworn enemies. And, like Joan, she was a fanatic who pursued her goals in a violent, ruthless fashion.

  7. Maria Nikiforova | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    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 Ukraine during Russian Civil War . Contents

  8. Maria Nikiforova - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    María nació en Aleksándrovsk (la actual Zaporizhia ), Ucrania, en 1885. El padre de María era un oficial y un héroe de la Guerra Ruso-Turca (1877-1878). A los 16 años, María se fue de casa. Trabajó como enfermera y oficinista entre otros oficios, hasta que se unió al movimiento anarco-comunista cuando trabajaba de embotelladora en una destilería. Según las acusaciones rusas, en 1905 empezó a participar en actos violentos, como expropiaciones y robos a bancos, y de ahí pasó a ...

  9. Maria Nikiforova - Wikiquote

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    Maria Nikiforova. The anarchists are not promising anything to anyone. The anarchists only want people to be conscious of their owns situation and seize freedom for themselves. 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 .

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    Maria Nikiforova. Its origin unclear, this photo is believed to have been taken in Yelysavethrad (c. 1918). Deputy leader of the Oleksandrivsk Revolutionary ...

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  12. Maria Nikiforova — Wikipedia

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    Maria Grigoryevna Nikiforova ( rossiavon Мария Григорьевна Никифорова is ukrainavon Марія Григорівна Нікіфорова ) tiyir ukrainaf is vedeyon rossiaf artowasik tegis wetce tan okilik ke arotievaf lizor bak Wideytafa Geja koe Ukraina. Bak 1883 koe Aleksandrovsk kobliyir aze ba 16-24/09/1919 koe Sevastopol zo klibuyur.