Tihon Konstantinov

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Tihon Konstantinov
Prime Minister of Moldova1
In office
August 2, 1940 – April 17, 1945
Preceded by formation of republic
Succeeded by Nicolae Coval
Personal details
Born August 13, 1898
Khoroshoe, Yekaterinoslav Governorate, Russian Empire
Died 1957
Political party Communist Party2
Religion Eastern Orthodoxy
1.The name was Chairmen of the Council of People's Commissars.
2.Piotr Borodin and Nikita Salogor were first secretaries of the Communist Party of Moldova.

Tihon Konstantinov (August 13, 1898–1957) was a Moldavian SSR and Moldavian ASSR politician.

Biography[edit]

Konstantinov was born in the village Khoroshoe of Pavlograd uyezd,[1] Yekaterinoslav Governorate. The village was located by the Samara river, while next to the village there was the estate Dobrenkoe.

In the 1938-1940, he was a chairman of the council in the Moldavian ASSR in Tiraspol.

Tihon Konstantinov was the prime minister of Moldavian SSR (2 August 1940 – 17 April 1945) (in exile in Russian SFSR from June 1941 until August 1944). The exact name was Chairmen of the Council of People's Commissars.

During his mandate as prime minister, Piotr Borodin and Nikita Salogor were first secretaries of the Communist Party of Moldova.

Awards[edit]

  • Order of Lenin (February 7, 1939), for prominent successes in Agriculture and particularly for over-fulfillment of plans for major agricultural works.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Makarevskiy, F. Materials for historical-statistical description of the Yekaterinoslav Eparchy. Chaussky typography. Yekaterinoslav, 1880 (Russian)
  2. ^ Handbook on the history of Communist Party and Soviet Union (Russian)
  • Enciclopedia sovietică moldovenească (Chişinău, 1970–1977)[page needed]
Political offices
Preceded by
formation of republic
Prime Minister of Moldova
August 2, 1940 – April 17, 1945
Succeeded by
Nicolae Coval