Anna /Ola/ Sologhashvili

1882-1937 / public figure

 In 1903 Anna became a member of the Georgian Social Democratic Party. In 1918 she became a member of the Georgian National Council and was one of the signatories of the Georgian Declaration of Independence that year. In 1919 she was elected to the founding congress of the Georgian Democratic Republic under the list of the Social Democratic Party. She was a member of the libraries and editorial commission.

After the Soviet takeover of Georgia in 1921 she got involved in the underground anti-Soviet movement. In 1925 she began teaching. In 1937 she was arrested by the South Ossetian Autonomous Region's branch of the People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs (NKVD). On 27 November 1937 a so-called "troika" of the NKVD of the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic sentenced her to be executed for "anti-Soviet and anti-collective agriculture propaganda, having chauvinist views, and having ties to Menshevik leader Ramishvili".