Shchors

Shchors

 

(prior to 1935, Snovsk), a city (since 1924) and administrative center of Shchors Raion, Chernigov Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. Shchors is situated on the Snov River, a tributary of the Desna, 69 km northeast of Chernigov. It has a railroad station on the Gomel’-Bakhmach Line. Shchors has a furniture factory, a butter factory, a food-processing combine, and enterprises servicing the railroad industry. The N. A. Shchors Memorial Museum is located in the city.

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Major organization : DEPARTMENT OF CULTURE AND TOURISM OF SHCHORS DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION CHERNIHIV REGION
20] Murphy DJ, Junttila MR, Pouyet L, Karnezis A, Shchors K, Bui DA, Brown- Swigart L, Johnson L, Evan GI.
Ships being redeployed via the Panama Canal to the Atlantic included Ashkhabad, Belomorkanal, Dekabrist, Dneprostroi, Dvinoles, Friedrich Engels, Kiev, Kolkhosnik, Komiles, Michurin, Nevastroi, Petrovskii, Shchors, and Tblisi.
Tenders are invited for "Pair and hot water, steam supply" (production, transportation, supply of heat energy for heating) for Shchors SPC "kindergarten-SZNZ and degree"
The already mentioned biographical film--the "super-genre" of late Stalinist cinema--developed from the Hollywood biopic, rather than from such prewar Soviet films as Sergei and Georgii Vasil'ev's Chapaev (1934) or Aleksandr Dovzhenko's Shchors (1939), in which romanticized depictions of the Civil War represented a dramatic turn from the de-individualized revolutionary epics of the 1920s.