When Adolf Hitler rose to power in 1933, Clara Zetkin had to flee to the Soviet Union for safety. However, not long after arriving, she succumbed to old age and died at 75 years old. Her remains were interned into the Kremlin Wall – such was the value of her life work.
1917 was a momentous year in Russian and world history. This was the beginning of the Russian Revolution that would lead to the world’s first Workers’ State.