>The second youngest mother was Yelizaveta “Liza” Gryshchenko (Елизавета Грищенко) from the USSR. The little “Liza”, who had celebrated her 6th birthday 5 days earlier, gave birth naturally to a baby on August 19, 1934, in Kharkov, Ukraine, after being impregnated by her grandfather, a former sailor, 69-year-old. The baby, a 3 kg (6.6 lb) for 52 cm (20 in) girl, was stillborn because of an early placental tear. Her parents didn’t want the Soviet obstetricians, whose her uncle, Prof. Ivan Gryshchenko, to perform a Cesarean delivery, which was considered dangerous at this time. However, the baby girl, born at full term and apparently of good constitution, would have survived if she had been extracted more quickly, reanimated, and oxygenated, according to the doctors. After the incident, the family emigrated to Vladivostok, Russia; Liza’s mother brought her old father with them.