Teikovo


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Teikovo

 

a city (since 1918) under oblast jurisdiction and administrative center of Teikovo Raion, Ivanovo Oblast, RSFSR. Situated on the Viaz’ma River of the Oka River basin. Railroad station on the Ivanovo-Aleksandrov line, 34 km southwest of Ivanovo. Population, 42,800 (1975). Teikovo has a cotton combine, a garment factory, and an evening textile technicum.

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Rossman, "The Teikovo Cotton Workers' Strike of April 1932: Class, Gender, and Identity Politics in Stalin's Russia," Russian Review 56, 1 (1997): 44-69.
MOSKOVA (CyHAN)- The Teikovo missile division of the Russian Strategic Missile Forces (SMF), based in central Russia, has been fully equipped with advanced Topol-M and Yars ballistic missile systems, the defense ministry said on Thursday.
"The Teikovo division has become the first SMF division fully rearmed with fifth-generation mobile missile systems," the ministry spokesman Col.
Overcoming their differences, workers erupted in strikes in the town of Teikovo and in a mass uprising in the town of Vichuga.
The missiles, which had been deployed only in silos before December last year, are stationed near the town of Teikovo, Russia's Strategic Missile Forces said in a statement carried by Russian news agencies.
The Topol-M missiles, deployed only in silos before December last year, are stationed near the town of Teikovo, Russia's Strategic Missile Forces said in a statement carried by the ITAR-Tass and RIA Novosti news agencies.
Rossman, "The Teikovo Cotton Workers' Strike of April 1932: Class, Gender, and Identity Politics in Stalin's Russia," Russian Review 56, 1 (1997): 44-69; Rossman, "A Workers' Strike in Stalin's Russia: The Vichuga Uprising of April 1932," in Contending with Stalinism: Soviet Power and Popular Resistance in the 1930s, ed.
Oja, "From Krestianka to Udarnitsa: Rural Women and the Vydvizhenie Campaign, 1933-1941," in The Carl Beck Papers in Russian and East European Studies (Pittsburgh, 1996); Mary Buckley, Women and Ideology in the Soviet Union (Ann Arbor, 1989); Jeffrey Rossman, "The Teikovo Cotton Workers' Strike of April 1932: Class, Gender, and Identity Politics in Stalin's Russia," Russian Review 56:1 (1997): 44-69.
For arguments about the extent of resistance and strength of the autonomous resisting self through both eras, see Jeffrey Rossman, "The Teikovo Cotton Workers' Strike of April 1932: Class, Gender, and Identity Politics in Stalin's Russia," Russian Review 56, 1 (1997): 44-69; Jeffrey Rossman, "Worker Resistance under Stalin: Class and Gender in the Textile Mills of the Ivanovo Industrial Region, 928- 932" (Ph.D.