Who was who in the Soviet Union: A Biographical Dictionary of More Than 4,600 Leading Officials from the Central Apparatus and the Republics to 1991
De Gruyter, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 412 pages
A reference work in two volumes which provides statistical information on over 2000 leading personalities in the political, military and administrative hierarchy of the Soviet Union. Volume one offers a chronological list of officials and volume two gives biographical details.
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The Central Organs of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
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Academy Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Aleksey Alekseyevich Anatoliy ASSR Aviation Baltic Military District Belorussian Birth In Office Boris CC CPSU Central Committee Chief of Staff Colonel Commission Congress of People's CP Chairman Date of Birth Deputy Chairman Deputy Chief Deputy Commander Deputy Minister Dmitriyevich Fedorovich Fleet Full member Gennadiy Group of Soviet Ivan Ivanovich Kazakh SSR Kolkhoz Komsomol Latvia Leningrad Lt Gen 19 Lt Gen Lt Lt Gen/Col Gen Maj Gen/Lt Gen Mikhail Mikhaylovich Minister of Defense Moscow Nikolay Nikolayevich Obkom Oblast Party Committee People's Deputies Petrovich Politburo Political Department Political Directorate Production Association Republic RSFSR Second Secretary Sergey Sergeyevich Soviet Forces Sovkhoz Tajik SSR Transcaucasian Military District Troops Turkestan Military District Ukrainian SSR Union USSR Armed Forces USSR Congress USSR Council USSR Ministry USSR Supreme Soviet Uzbek SSR Valeriy Vasiliy Vasilyevich Viktor Vladimir Vladimirovich Yevgeniy Yuriy