Maria Alexandrovna Ulyanova

Maria Alexandrovna Ulyanova

Maria Alexandrovna Ulyanova

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Maria Alexandrovna Ulyanova (born Maria Alexandrovna Blank) () ( — ) was the mother of Vladimir Lenin, the Bolshevik revolutionary leader and founder of the Soviet Union.

Ulyanova was one of six children. Her father was Alexandr Blank (born Israel Blank), a well-to-do physician who was a Jewish convert to Orthodox Christianity. Her mother, Anna Ivanovna Groschopf, was the daughter of a German father, Johann Groschopf, and a Swedish mother, Anna Ă–stedt.

In 1838, Ulyanova's mother died and her father turned to his sister-in-law, Ekaterina von Essen, to help raise the children. Together they bought a country estate near Kazan and moved the family there.

Ulyanova was educated at home, studying German, French and English as well as Russian and Western literature. In 1863, she took an external degree and became an elementary school teacher. However, she would go on to dedicate most of her life to raising her children.

After marrying Ilya Nikolayevich Ulyanov, an upwardly mobile teacher of mathematics and physics, the couple lived in moderate prosperity in Penza. Later, they moved to Nizhny Novgorod and then Simbirsk, where Ulyanov took up a prestigious position as an inspector of primary schools.

Ulyanova displayed a courage and firmness in the face of tragedies and misfortunes that would haunt her family during her...
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