Smidovich


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Smidovich

 

an urban-type settlement and administrative center of Smidovich Raion, Jewish Autonomous Oblast, Khabarovsk Krai, RSFSR. Smidovich has a railroad station (In) on the main line of the Trans-Siberian Railroad, 75 km southeast of Birobidzhan. It has enterprises for the maintenance of the railroad, an automotive-repair plant, and a garment factory.

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'To clear the family out of the accumulated dust of the ages we had to give it a good shakeup, and we did,' declared Madame Smidovich, a leading Communist and active participant in the recent discussion."
His interviewers were: Rolf Ekeus, the former executive chairman of Unscom (from 1991 to 1997); Professor Maurizio Zifferero, deputy director of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and head of the inspections team in Iraq; plus Nikita Smidovich, a Russian diplomat who led Unscom's ballistic missile team.
Smidovich, "Beseda s delegatkami o kooperatsii," Krest'ianka 4 (1929): 1; Gik, "Rabochee snabzhenie--v ruki rabochikh," Rabotnitsa 38 (Oct 1930): 3; Tri goda bor'by za sovetskuiu kul'turnuiu torgovliu (Moscow, 1934), 35; E.
In the State Archive of the Russian Federation, there are letters of August 1922 by Putiata and by "the workers and civil servants of Penza" to Smidovich complaining that Metropolitan Antonin, the head of the Renovationists, had refused to accept him.