Colonel Alexandra Kudasheva (b. 1875), raised among Cossack soldiers and married a cavalry officer and fought alongside him in the Russo-Japanese War. In 1910 she rode solo from Harbin, China to St Petersburg. She was honoured by a number of Cossack regiments along her way and had become a celebrity by the time she reached St Petersburg in August 1911. In 1913-4 she undertook a 2nd cross-continental ride from Vladivostok to St Petersburg, for which she rode the Tsar’s personal horse.
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Soviet soldiers load torpedoes with the words “Death to the samurai!” on a submarine during the Soviet-Japanese War, 1945
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