"'I was a Communist believer then. My parents were too. They called my sister Stalina because she was born the day Stalin died. Stalinika, Stalinushka! Then when Khrushchev came to power, they changed her name to Tatiania. Then when Khrushchev was disgraced they changed it back to Stalina; then when... Her passport became a mess.'"
Reference: Thubron, Colin. 1999. In Siberia. New York: HarperCollins. Page 201