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Vera Ivanovna Zasulich (Russian: Вера Ивановна Засулич; 8 August [ O.S. 27 July] 1849 – 8 May 1919) was a Russian socialist activist, Menshevik writer and revolutionary.  Radical beginnings Zasulich was born in Mikhaylovka, in the Smolensk Governorate of the Russian Empire, as one of four daughters of an impoverished minor Polish nobleman.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vera_Zasulich
Vera Ivanovna Zasulich (Russian: Вера Ивановна Засулич; 8 August [ O.S. 27 July] 1849 – 8 May 1919) was a Russian socialist activist, Menshevik writer and revolutionary.  Radical beginnings Zasulich was born in Mikhaylovka, in the Smolensk Governorate of the Russian Empire, as one of four daughters of an impoverished minor Polish nobleman.
Vera Ivanovna Zasulich, Russian revolutionary who shot and wounded General Fyodor F. Trepov, the governor of St. Petersburg, and who was acquitted by the jury in a much-publicized trial (1878). The daughter of a nobleman, Zasulich became a revolutionary in 1868, spending many of the succeeding.
Abstract. In January 1878, Vera Ivanovna Zasulich shot and wounded the Chief-of-Police in St Petersburg. Her trial for the attempted murder later became Russia’s trial of the century. Following her acquittal, Zasulich became a Marxist, and co-founded the Emancipation of Labour group.
Born Vera Ivanovna Zasulich on August 8, 1849, on her parents' estate at Mikhailovka, in the Gzhatsk district of Smolensk province in Imperial Russia; died in Petrograd in Soviet Russia of pneumonia on May 8, 1919; daughter of Ivan Petrovich Zasulich(a petty noble and former army officer) and Feoktista Mikhailovna Zasulich; educational training ...
Stanford University Press, 1983 - 261 pages. This is the first complete biography in any language of the Russian revolutionary Vera Zasulich, who gained worldwide prominence in 1878 by walking...
ZASULICH, VERA (1849–1919), Russian revolutionary. Born 8 August (27 July, old style) 1849 into a family of impoverished lesser nobility and raised by well-to-do relatives in Smolensk province of imperial Russia, Vera Zasulich first encountered radical ideas when she began attending boarding school in Moscow in 1866.
The Political Thought of Vera Zasulich. Compared to Lenin or Plekhanov or Martov, Vera Zasulich is a relatively minor figure in the Russian Revolutionary pantheon. She is remembered more for shooting Trepov in 1878 than for anything else she accomplished in her lifetime. Vera Zasulich created no party, conceived no doctrine, established no ...