Crimea Regional Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine

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The Crimea Regional Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine, commonly referred to as the Crimea CPU obkom, was the position of highest authority in the Crimean Oblast (1954–1991) of the Ukrainian SSR (from February 19, 1954). The position was created on November 20, 1920, and abolished on August 26, 1991. The First Secretary was a de facto appointed position usually by the Central Committee the Communist Party of Ukraine or the First Secretary of the Republic.

Before 1954 the regional committee was part of the Crimean ASSR (1921–1945) and Crimean Oblast (1945-1954) of the Russian SFSR.

List of First Secretaries of the Communist Party of Crimea[edit]

Name Term of Office Life years
Start End
First Secretaries of the Communist Party
Rozaliya Zalkind (Zemlyachka) November 20, 1920 January 6, 1921 1876–1947
Adolf Lide January 6, 1921 March 13, 1921 1895–1941
Ivan Akulov March 13, 1921 November 6, 1921 1888–1937
Abram Izrailovich November 6, 1921 October 24, 1922 1883–1937
Nikolay Ufimtsev October 25, 1922 May 13, 1924 1889–1938
Ivan Nosov May 13, 1924 June 1925 1888–1937
Vasily Vashkevich[a] 1925 1925 1892–1972
Sergey Petropavlovsky August 7, 1925 August 30, 1927 1886–?
Dmitry Zhivov September 1927 December 8, 1929 1896–1939
Nikolay Kozlov December 17, 1929 May 11, 1930 1893–1973
Aykaz Kostanyan May 12, 1930 September 1930 1898–1938
Evgeniy Veger October 1930 January 1933 1899–1938
Borys Semyonov February 1933 December 28, 1936 1890–1937
Lavrentiy Kartvelishvili (Lavrentyev) December 28, 1936 July 13, 1937 1890–1938
Nikolay Schuchkin July 13, 1937 October 10, 1938 1895–1938
Vladimir Bulatov[b] January 18, 1939 May 21, 1944 1909–?
Pavel Tyulyayev June 14, 1944 June 30, 1945 1905–1946
First Secretaries of the Oblast Committee of the Communist Party
Pavel Tyulyayev June 30, 1945 June 22, 1946 1905–1946
Nikolay Solovyov July 30, 1946 August 6, 1949 1903–1950
Pavel Titov August 6, 1949 January 16, 1954 1907–?
Dmitrii Polyansky January 16, 1954 December 14, 1955 1917–2001
Vasyl Komyahov December 14, 1955 January 6, 1961 1911–1966
Ivan Lutak[c] January 6, 1961 January 1967 1919–2009
Mykola Surkin[d] January 11, 1963 December 4, 1964 1910–?
Mykola Kirichenko April 5, 1967 July 1, 1977 1923–1986
Viktor Makarenko July 1, 1977 August 1987 1931–2007
Andriy Hirenko September 1987 September 25, 1989 1936–
Mykola Bahrov September 25, 1989 February 12, 1991 1939–
First Secretaries of the Communist Party
Mykola Bahrov February 12, 1991 April 9, 1991 1939–
Leonid Hrach April 10, 1991 August 26, 1991 1948–

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Acting
  2. ^ In Russian SFSR exile from 1942
  3. ^ For Agriculture January 9, 1963 – December 4, 1964
  4. ^ For Industry

See also[edit]

Source[edit]

  • [1] World Statesmen.org