Allia Anarov

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Anarov, Allia


Born 1907, in the village of Achchi, Aravan Raion, Osh Oblast, Kirghiz SSR. Prominent figure in kolkhoz production; twice Hero of Socialist Labor (1948, 1951). Member of CPSU from 1939. Field-team leader (1936–51); cotton brigade leader (1951–62); kolkhoz field crops officer (1962–67) of what is now the Kommunizm kolkhoz, Aravan Raion, Osh Oblast, Kirghiz SSR; cotton brigade leader of the Pakhtachi kolkhoz (1967–68).

Anarov’s team achieved high yields of raw cotton: 100.9 centners per 6 hectares (1948); 88.5 centners per 6 ha (1949); 74.5 per 10 ha (1950). He served as deputy to the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, fifth convocation, and to the Supreme Soviet of the Kirghiz SSR, third and fourth convocations. He has been decorated with five Orders of Lenin, the Order of the Red Star, and various medals.

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