For Nadezhda Mikhailovna civil war in Ukraine was her second war. Her first war was WW2. She was placed into one of numerous concentration camps when she was in her teens. She managed to survive the war, hard time that followed the war and the collapse of the Soviet Union.
In the beginning of December Nadezhda Mikhailovna was murdered in her house in the town of Pervomaisk when Ukrainian army decided to bomb it during its efforts to force new Kiev regime upon locals. She was buried in a closed casket.