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She met Dadaoglou in the 1860s when the latter was living in Naples, Italy, and where she was working as a sex worker. They moved in together. After the death of Dadaoglou, she moved to Paris. There she became a member of an "armed" anarchist group, taking an active part in the Paris Commune. After the defeat of the Commune, she was arrested and executed by the Versaillers.
- James Sotros, The Greek Speaking Anarchist and Revolutionary Movement (1830-1940) - Writings for a History. Publication: No Gods-No Masters, published December 2004
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