Vasily Andrianov

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For a military aviation commander, see Vasily Ivanovich Andrianov.
Vasily Andrianov
First Secretary of the Leningrad Regional Party Committee
In office
22 February 1949 – 25 November 1953
Preceded by Pyotr Popkov
Succeeded by Frol Kozlov
First Secretary of the Leningrad City Party Committee
In office
22 February 1949 – 19 January 1950
Preceded by Pyotr Popkov
Succeeded by Frol Kozlov
Full member of the 19th Presidium
In office
16 October 1952 – 6 March 1953
Member of the 18th Orgburo
In office
18 March 1946 – 5 October 1952
Personal details
Born 21 March 1902
Kaluga Province, Russian Empire
Died 3 October 1978(1978-10-03) (aged 76)
Moscow, Russian SFSR Soviet Union
Nationality Soviet
Political party Communist Party of the Soviet Union
Profession Civil servant

Vasily Mikhailovich Andrianov (Russian: Васи́лий Миха́йлович Андриа́нов; 21 March 1902, Russian Empire - 3 October 1978, Moscow) was a Soviet politician.

He served in the Red Army from 1924 until 1925.

In 1926 he joined the Bolshevik Party.

He eventually rose to be the leader of the Communist Party in the city of Sverdlovsk from 1939 until 1946.

He eventually rose to be the leader of the Communist Party in the city of Leningrad from 1949 until 1953.

He was a member of the Presidium of the CPSU Central Committee from 1952 until 1953.

He was buried at the Novodevichi Cemetery, Moscow.