Kalmanovich Moses I.( Statesman)
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Biography Kalmanovich Moses I.
Kalmanovich Moses I. (1888, s Rybinsk Kan county Yenisei province - 27.11.1937), politician. Son trader. In 1904 joined the Socialist-Revolutionary Party. From 1912 worked as a clerk. In 1914, aims Warmia. In July 1917 came v.RSDRP (b). In 1917, a member of the Front Committee of the Western Front, North West Regional Committee of the RSDLP (b). In October. Early 1917. Minsk Garrison. Since December. 1918 Member of the Military Revolutionary Committee and the Central Bureau of CP (b) Belarus. On Feb.. 1919 Deputy. prev. CEC Byelorussian SSR People's Commissar for Food Lithuanian-Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic, member of the Politburo of the CC CP of Lithuania and Belarus. One of the organizers of the punitive expeditions on the violent requisitioning of grain from the population. In August. 1919 - April. Before 1920. special food committee of the Western Front. On Feb.. 1920 and in 1922-23 Vice. Ukrainian People's Commissar for Food. In 1921-22 before. Siberian Food Committee. In the 1923-24 People's Commissar of RSFSR food and deputy. RSFSR People's Commissar of Food. In 1924-27 before. Board Saharotresta in 1927-28 - the USSR Industrial Bank. In 1927-30 a member of the CCC, CPSU (b). In 1928, a member of the panel and head of the People's Commissariat of Workers 'and Peasants' Inspection of the USSR. In 1928-29 before. Board Zernotresta. In December 1929 - October. 1930 Deputy. Commissar of the USSR food. In July 1930 a candidate member of the CC, CPSU (b). Since October. Before 1930. Board of the USSR State Bank and vice. Commissar for Finance of the USSR. 4.4.1934 appointed People's Commissar of grain and livestock farms of the USSR. Belonged to the peasant farms, which were essentially employees, lived much worse job in the cities, they were virtually enslaved and not allowed to leave the farm. Lack of interest in the work, and keep organized by the arrests of "saboteurs" affected the level of productivity of farms. 11/04/1937 Kalmanovich removed from his post as commissar, and on June 11 arrested. Sentenced to death. Shot. In 1956, rehabilitated and restored in the party.