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, city (1989 pop. 158,000), Maritime Territory, Russian Far East, on the Suyfun River. It is a coal-mining center and a Trans-Siberian RR junction. A direct rail line to the Manchurian city of Harbin runs from Ussuriysk.
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, Russia.
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Voroshilov was "better known for his personal bravery than for scintillating intellect" (26).
If we have enough alkanols, there shall be no more border conflicts"), Marshal Voroshilov and Marshal Budyonny took it seriously while Marshal Yegorov laughed at it.
Similarly, that Physical Energy figure on horseback--a casting of which stands in Kensington Gardens, dedicated to Rhodes--looks not unlike the statue of Voroshilov on his horse in Lugansk (Fig.
It fell in the Voroshilov district, near Panfilov Avenue and Rosa Luxemburg Avenue.
Voroshilov, "Conductivity of Sn[O.sub.2] thin films in the presence of surface adsorbed species," Sensors and Actuators B, vol.
Chelintsev, a professor of chemical warfare at the Voroshilov Military Academy whose primary area of expertise appears to have been in synthetic, not theoretical, chemistry.
of Poles has all the characteristics of genocide, the responsibility for which lies with Stalin, Beria, Molotov, Voroshilov, Mikoyan, Kalinin, Kaganovich, Merkulov, Kobulov, Bashtakov and other individuals who committed the murder in practice." (76) The authors of the documents also add that:
The proposal was rejected by Marshal Klementi Voroshilov, one of Stalin's top military officers.
The Eastern European branch is easily the most interesting and numerous, counting among them the wives of Stalin, Molotov, Kliment Voroshilov (a major military figure), Nikolai Bukharin (liquidated by Stalin in the last show-trial in 1938), Oscar Gomulka, once the head of Communist Poland, and who can forget the lifelong love of pre-WWII King Carol of Romania, Magda Lupescu (Elena Wolff in Yiddish)?
It all started in the 1930s, when Soviet Minister of Defense Marshal Kliment Voroshilov was visiting an Officers Qualification Course near Moscow.