Potma

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Pot’ma

 

an urban-type settlement in Zubova Poliana Raion, Mordovian ASSR. Railroad station on the Moscow-Kuibyshev line. Pot’ma has a plant for the production of nonstandardized equipment, which is a branch of the Riazan’ Machine-Tool Plant, a plant for the production of heaters, and several railroad-transport enterprises.

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Dear Editor - With all due respect to Mr Edward Davies (Post, Dec 20) concerning the Nazi concentration camp of Auschwitz - what about the Russian slave camps at Vorkota, Potma, Karanganda, Norilsky, Kolima and hundreds of others in which innocent people have been worked to their deaths?