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I've linked to an archive because the Wikipedia article is rated "medium" or "low" importance, and we know what happens to Wikipedia articles about women.

I happened across the story of this badass woman because Timothy Snyder (the historian of Ukraine) mentioned how she was called a Nazi for attempting to organize relief for the victims of the Ukraine famine (the Holodomor) of 1932–33. Ironically her mother was Jewish.

How do you find the importance rating on a Wikipedia article?

Click on the Talk tab. That also tells you if there's any ongoing discussion, which can be enlightening if the subject is controversial.

Thank you. For some reason it doesn't show on my phone, but it did when I tried on my computer.

I read about the assessments and her rating does seem too low :(