Anna Henryka Pustowojtowna
Anna Henryka Pustowojtowna (1843-1881) was a Polish nationalist who fought in Poland under Marian Langiewicz. She disguised herself as a man and went by the alias Michał Smok. After her capture and release she moved to France, and was active in the Paris Commune of 1870. She died in Paris.
- "A Catalogue of Female Cross-Dressers", last accessed February 9, 2006
- Dioniza Wawrzykowska-Wierciochowa, Najdziwniejszy z adiutantów. Opowieść o Annie Henryce Pustowójtównie. Warsaw, 1968. (Polish).
- Article in Great Soviet Encyclopedia (Russian).
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