Saturday, July 02, 2011

Zuma Fact: #173: The world's first female ambassador!

The world's first female ambassador was a Russian Communist revolutionary Alexandra Mikhailovna "Shura" Kollontai (1872-1952), which was, in 1923, appointed as Soviet Ambassador to Norway.

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2 comments: on "Zuma Fact: #173: The world's first female ambassador!"

superflyTNT said...

Alexandra Mikhailovna "Shura" Kollontai wanted children to be wards of the "State" and children to be raised by the "State" which is what we now have in the US. Both parents must work and children MUST attend compulsory school/indoctrination where no room is available for creativity, free thinking is frowned upon and called a distraction to a learning environment.Think about it...

Anonymous said...

Well, Rosika Schwimmer was an ambassador in Switzerland in 1918. And Diana Abgar was representing Armenia in Japan in 1920 as an ambassador.

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