Maria Spiridonova, revolutionary icon and symbol of the new Left SR party. The final Left SR split was due to the party's attitude towards the Second All-Russian Congress of Soviets of Workers' and Soldiers' Deputies.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Left_Socialist-Revolutionaries
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Maria Spiridonova, revolutionary icon and symbol of the new Left SR party. The final Left SR split was due to the party's attitude towards the Second All-Russian Congress of Soviets of Workers' and Soldiers' Deputies.
SPIRIDONOVA, MARIA ALEXANDROVNA. (1884 – 1941), Socialist Revolutionary terrorist and Left Socialist Revolutionary leader who spent most of her life in prison or exile because of her popular appeal as a revolutionary heroine. Maria Spiridonova, daughter of a non-hereditary noble in Tambov Province, became a public symbol of heroic martyrdom ...
Maria Spiridonova was one in a series of women of late 19th- and early 20th-century Russia who devoted themselves to the revolutionary cause with a martyr-like fervor. She served as an unwavering leader for the Russian socialist movement; for her devotion, she faced the wrath of both tsarist and Soviet governments, and spent the vast majority ...
However, in general, the left Socialist Revolutionaries were punished unexpectedly mildly: their leader Maria Spiridonova was sentenced to a year in prison, and in April 1919, her comrades kidnapped her from prison.
Maria Spiridonova. Maria Aleksandrovna Spiridonova (em russo:Мари́я Алекса́ндровна Спиридо́нова), 16 de outubro de 1884 – 11 de setembro de 1941, foi uma revolucionária russa. Biografia. Maria filiou-se ao Partido Socialista Revolucionário, à época em que se preparava para ser enfermeira.
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