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Taganrog

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 37. Chapters: Taganrog during World War II, History of Taganrog, Chekhov Gymnasium, Siege of Taganrog, Alferaki Palace, Greek Church and Greek School, Taganrog Theatre, Garibaldi Monument in Taganrog, Taganrog resistance movement,... Viac o knihe

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 37. Chapters: Taganrog during World War II, History of Taganrog, Chekhov Gymnasium, Siege of Taganrog, Alferaki Palace, Greek Church and Greek School, Taganrog Theatre, Garibaldi Monument in Taganrog, Taganrog resistance movement, Chekhov Library, St. Nicholas Church, Taganrog, Taganrog Museum of Art, Peter I Monument in Taganrog, Tchaikovsky House in Taganrog, The bell of Chersonesos, Birthhouse of Anton Chekhov, Gorky Park, Chekhov Monument in Taganrog, Alexander I Statue in Taganrog, Alexandrovskiye Trade Rows, Governor of Taganrog, Mariinskaya Gymnasium, Alexander I Palace, Taganrog City Architectural Development Museum, Chekhov Shop, Depaldo Stairs, Ranevskaya Monument, Pushkin Embankment in Taganrog, City bar in Taganrog, Mius-Front. Excerpt: The Soviet city of Taganrog, now part of the Rostov Oblast of the Russian Federation, had an eventful history during World War II, from 1941 to 1945. In July 1941 the municipal VKP(b) Committee ordered the creation of the 44th Home Guards detachment from communists working at the city's factories to defend Taganrog. The detachment was under command of NKVD lieutenant Pyotr Gerasimov. In summer months of 1941 the "Taganrog Instrumental Factory named after J.Stalin" launched the production of artillery shells, the State Aviation Factory no.31 produced spring 1941 the brand-new fighters LAGG-3 and increased the number of assembled planes after the start of the Great Patriotic War (at least 6 airplanes per day). The "Taganrog factory named after Molotov" ("Krasny Gidropress") was producing the mines and spare parts for tanks. September 15, 1941 the Rostov Oblast VKP(b) Committee gave instructions on organization of defense and underground resistance in case of occupation. In Taganrog was established the municipal defense committee, which controlled the evacuation of the population and military equipments from defense factories. The defense was held by 31st Rifle Division (Soviet Union) under command of Mikhail Ozimin and the 44th Home Guards detachment. On June 27, 1941 the State VKP(b) Committee and Sovnarkom ordered the evacuation of industrial enterprises, agricultural resources, material and cultural values from the areas in proximity of the front-line. On October 4, 1941 the first train from Taganrog, carrying the dismantled equipment of the Instrumental Factory named after J.Stalin (later - Taganrog Combine Factory ), left for Novosibirsk. On October 9, 1941 the State Aviation Factory no.31 started preparations for evacuation to relocate the production of LAGG-3 (including 3000 workers with families and over 50 nearly finished LAGG-3 "assembly kits") to Tbilissi. On October 10, 1941 the Kransny Kotelshik factory started the evacuation of its equipments for Zlatous

  • Vydavateľstvo: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Rok vydania: 2011
  • Formát: Paperback
  • Rozmer: 246 x 189 mm
  • Jazyk: Anglický jazyk
  • ISBN: 9781156634523

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