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[Ukr. abbr.,=Dnieper hydroelectric station], Rus. Dneproges, a hydroelectric station, central Ukraine, on the Dnieper River near Zaporizhzhya. The hydroelectric station supplies power for the industrial centers of Dnipro (Dnipropetrovsk), Kryvyy Rih, and
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, hydroelectric station.
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Imports of equipment for some of the most important industrial projects of the time amounted to 42.3 million rubles for the Gor'kii auto factory, 35 million for the Stalingrad tractor factory, 27.9 million for the Stalin auto factory, 31 million for Dneprostroi, 22.5 million for Gospodshipnik, 23 million for the Cheliabinsk tractor factory, 15.3 million for the Khar'kov tractor factory, 44 million for Magnitka, 25.9 million for Kuznetsk, and 15 million for Uralmash (ibid., 127).
Perhaps he felt that, had he given his passion for machinery its head, that and the rest of his creed might have led him straight to Dneprostroi" (445).
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.
Her last letter from the USSR was devoted to praising a movie about "the love of the Eastern peoples for Lenin." In the last scene "the White Sea Canal, Dneprostroi, the subway" Lenin's dreams are realized.
Let us take the example of Dneprostroi. Who does not know about Dneprostroi?
Dneprostroi, the Moscow subway, the various water system projects, are all in absolute controversy with common sense and sound economics.
1932 Dneprostroi Dam is inaugurated in the Ukraine.
Huge construction projects--the Stalingrad Tractor Factory, the Rostov-on-Don agricultural machinery plant, the Turksib railroad--were brought to completion in these years, and still others, like the Dneprostroi Hydroelectric Plant, were well on their way.
Its earnings covered more than one-fifth of the cost of all Soviet imports in those years, or, as Osokina tells us, the equivalent of all imported equipment for the Gor'kii and Stalin automobile factories; the Stalingrad, Cheliabinsk, and Khar'kov tractor factories; the Magnitogorsk and Kuznetsk iron and steel works; the Uralmash machine factory; and the Dneprostroi hydroelectric dam (227).