Nikolai Naddachin

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Naddachin, Nikolai Borisovich


Born 1852, in Sevastopol’; year of death unknown. Russian worker and revolutionary.

From the age of 14, Naddachin worked in Simferopol’ and Odessa. He was a member of the Southern Union of Russian Workers and organized a section of the union in Rostov-on-Don in 1875. Arrested in January 1876, he was suspected of writing an appeal and organizing workers’ disturbances at the Berd plant in St. Petersburg. From late 1877, Naddachin worked in Sevastopol’. In July 1879 and April 1880 he was accused of conducting revolutionary propaganda among the workers.

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