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Rosalia Samoilovna Zemlyachka
|Died||January 21, 1947 (aged 70)|
|Known for||Marxist revolutionary|
Rosalia Samoilovna Zemlyachka (Russian: Розалия Самойловна Землячка) (20 March 1876 – 21 January 1947) was a Russian revolutionary and Soviet politician. She is best known for her involvement in the organization of the First Russian revolution, and along with Béla Kun, as one of the organizers of the Red Terror in the Crimea in 1920–1921, against former soldiers of the White Army. She then continued her career in the communist party of the Soviet Union, escaping all purges and became vice-president of the Council of People's Commissars of the USSR, the highest governmental authority of the regime. She is the only woman to have served at this level in the Stalinist period, and the first woman to be decorated with the Order of the Red Banner.
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