Sretensk


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Sretensk

 

a city and administrative center of Sretensk Raion, Chita Oblast, RSFSR. Landing on the right bank of the Shilka River (Amur River basin). Railroad station on the left bank of the river, 385 km east of Chita. Sretensk has a factory producing felt footwear and a meat-packing plant, a food-processing combine, and other enterprises of the food industry. There is an agricultural technicum, a pedagogical school, and a museum of local lore in the city.

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Similarly, the Sretensk chamber sent a lengthy missive to the Manzhouli garrison describing the Reds' harsh policies during the summer of 1920.
The Sretensk chamber's appeal had its intended effect.
(60) Vladivostok Consul Shao charged the Sretensk association with interviewing Chinese miners who, in the winter of 1918, had fallen victim to a series of thefts and murders in the Ust-Kara gold mines.
Apart from Vladivostok, Manzhouli, and Khabarovsk--where chamber, consular, and/or Chinese military presence were strong--associations extended protection and assistance into new areas, particularly those with large numbers of workers: in Petrograd, in the mining regions of Sretensk and Amur oblast, and in towns that had achieved newfound prominence during the Civil War such as Chita or Verkhne-Udinsk.
(71) Both the Sretensk and Verkhne-Udinsk associations submitted lists on the effects of War Communism in their towns, the former working together with the Manzhouli chamber of commerce to produce its report.
Development of design estimates for the repair of the road "entrance to the village of sennaya - right kumaki" from the road of regional importance mogoytuy - sretensk - olochi in the nerchinsk region of the transbaikalian region - a length of 5.0 km