Pasha Angelina

Praskovia Nikitichna Angelina (Russian: Праско́вья Ники́тична Анге́лина), popularly known as Pasha Angelina (Russian: Па́ша Анге́лина) (September 30 1912 in Starobeshevo, Donetsk Oblast – January 21, 1959 in Moscow), was a celebrated Soviet udarnik and Stakhanovite at the time of the first Five Year Plans. She was glorified as one of the first female tractor-operators in the USSR, and was made a symbol of the technically educated female Soviet worker.

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