- Valerian Kuybyshev
Valerian Vladimirovich Kuybyshev (also Kuibyshev; Russian: Валериан Владимирович Куйбышев); Born:
Omsk, 6 June, (O.S. 25 May) 1888; Died: Moscow, 25 January, 1935) was a Russian revolutionist, a Red Armymilitary commander during the Russian Civil War, and then a prominent Soviet politician.
During 1928-1930 he was Chairman of the
Supreme Council of the National Economy, in 1930-1934 he was the head of Gosplan.
The city of Samara (the administrative centre of the
Samara Oblast, Russia) and the town Bolgar ( Tatarstan, Russia), and Haghartsin, Armeniawere named Kuybyshev after him in the period between 1935 and 1991. The towns of Kuybyshev in Novosibirsk Oblast, Russia, and Kuybyshev, Armenia, still bear his name.
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