Roza Shanina (3 April, 1934 - 18 September, 2007) was a Soviet author, politician, and soldier during World War II and the Korean War. She was credited with a total of 198 confirmed kills, including 18 soldiers in the battle of Viborg. She volunteered for the military after 2 of her brothers were killed in battle. She would lose all of her brothers by the end of the war. She was sent to the Bulgarian front against Romania. She was praised for her shooting accuracy.

After the second world war, Shanina spent three months in the Korean war before she left the military. She spent the next 4 years of her life writing short stories. Many of them involved stories of war and were based on her experiences in the Great Patriotic War. She supported herself by teaching.

She was a supporter of Vyacheslav Molotov during his 8 year struggle to keep his power against Khrushchev. In 1964, she became the Minister of Education under Lazar Kaganovich. Her popularity skyrocketed during the 1960s as she denounced Kaganovich's "dogmatic views concerning Stalin and his nationalist views when dealing with ethnic groups around the globe".

She came to power in 1971. Many of her early actions led to the start of a civil war between the Soviet Union and the revived Russian Empire. This is the thing that led to the United Kingdom and France catching up to the Comintern.

She also was the Generalismus in the brief, World War III. The war eventually came to a close when the United Kingdom sent 2 nuclear bombs into India and Egypt, each. Crippling their economy and killing nearly a million.