Deputy Premier of the Soviet Union


Deputy Premier of the Soviet Union

This is a list of all Deputy Premiers of the Soviet Union, meaning the government.

List

Deputy Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars

  • Lev Kamenev (July 6, 1923 - January 16, 1926)
  • Alexey Rykov (July 6, 1923 - February 2, 1924)
  • Alexander Tsiurupa (July 6, 1923 - May 8, 1928)
  • Vlas Chubar (July 6, 1923 - May 21, 1925, April 24, 1934 - July 4, 1938)
  • Mamia Orakhelashvili (July 6, 1923 - May 21, 1925)
  • Valerian Kuybyshev (January 16, 1926 - November 5, 1926, 10 November 1930 - May 14, 1934)
  • Jānis Rudzutaks (January 16, 1926 - May 25, 1937)
  • Grigoriy Ordzhonikidze (November 5, 1926 - November 10, 1930)
  • Vasily V. Schmidt (August 11, 1928 - December 1, 1930)
  • Andrey Andreyevich Andreyev (December 22, 1930 - October 9, 1931)
  • Valery Ivanovich Mezhlauk (April 25, 1934 - February 25, 1937, October 17, 1937 - December 1, 1937)
  • Nikolai K. Antipov (April 27, 1935 - June 21, 1937)
  • Anastas Mikoyan (July 22, 1937 - March 15, 1946)
  • Stanislav Kosior (January 19, 1938 - May 3, 1938)
  • Lazar Kaganovich (August 21, 1938 - May 15, 1944, December 20, 1944 - March 15, 1946)
  • Nikolai Voznesensky (April 4, 1939 - Mar. 10, 1941)
  • Nikolai Bulganin (September 16, 1938 - May 15, 1944)
  • Andrey Vyshinsky (May 31, 1939 - May 15, 1944)
  • Rosalia Zemlyachka (8 May 1939 - August 26, 1943)
  • Alexei Kosygin (April 17, 1940 - March 15, 1946)
  • Mikhail Pervukhin (17 April 1940 - May 15, 1944)
  • Vyacheslav A. Malyshev (April 17, 1940 - May 15, 1944) Malyshev, Vyacheslav (April 17, 1940 - May 15, 1944)
  • Kliment Voroshilov (May 7, 1940 - 15 March 1946)
  • Lavrentiy Beria (3 February 1941 - March 15, 1946)
  • Lev Mekhlis (6 September 1940 - May 15, 1944)
  • Maksim Saburov (March 10, 1941 - May 15, 1944)
  • Vyacheslav Molotov (May 6, 1941 - August 16, 1942)
  • Georgy Malenkov (May 15, 1944 - March 15, 1946)
Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers
  • Lavrentiy Beria (March 19, 1946 - March 5, 1953)
  • Andrey Andreyev (March 19, 1946 - March 15, 1953 )
  • Alexei Kosygin (March 19, 1946 - March 15, 1953, December 7, 1953 - December 25, 1956, July 5, 1957 - May 4, 1960)
  • Anastas Mikoyan (19 March 1946 - March 15, 1953, April 27, 1954 - February 28, 1955)
  • Nikolai Voznesensky (March 19, 1946 - March 7, 1949)
  • Kliment Voroshilov (March 19, 1946 - March 15, 1953)
  • Lazar Kaganovich (March 19, 1946 - March 6, 1947, December 18, 1947 - March 5, 1953)
  • Georgy Malenkov (August 2, 1946 - March 5, 1953, February 9, 1955 - June 29, 1957)
  • Maksim Saburov (February 8, 1947 - March 5, 1953, 7 December 1953 - February 28, 1955)
  • Nikolai Bulganin (March 5, 1947 - April 7, 1950)
  • Vyacheslav Alexandrovich Malyshev (December 19, 1947 - March 15, 1953, December 7, 1953 - December 25, 1956)
  • Alexey Krutikov (July 13, 1948 - February 8, 1949)
  • Aleksandr Yefremov (March 8, 1949 - November 23, 1951)
  • Ivan Tevosyan (June 13, 1949 - March 15, 1953, December 7, 1953 - December 28, 1956)
  • Mikhail Georgievich Pervukhin (January 17, 1950 - March 15, 1953, 7 December 1953 - February 28, 1955)
  • Panteleimon Ponomarenko (December 12, 1952 - March 15, 1953)
  • Vladimir Kucherenko (February 28, 1955 - December 25, 1956)
  • Pavel Pavlovich Lobanov (February 28, 1955 - April 9, 1956)
  • Mikhail Khrunichev (February 28, 1955 - December 25, 1956 April 8, 1961 - June 2, 1961)
  • Abraham P. Zavenyagin (February 28, 1955 - December 31, 1956)
  • Vladimir Matskevich (April 9, 1956 - December 25, 1956)
  • Dmitriy Ustinov (December 14, 1957 - March 13, 1963 )
  • Alexander F. Zasyadko (March 31, 1958 - November 9, 1962)
  • Joseph I. Kuzmin (March 31, 1958 - March 20, 1959)
  • Nikolai Ignatov (May 4, 1960 - December 26, 1962)
  • Vladimir Novikov (May 4, 1960 - November 24, 1962, March 26, 1965 - December 19, 1980)
  • Konstantin Rudnev (June 10, 1961 - October 2, 1965)
  • Benjamin Emmanuilovich (July 17, 1962 - December 20, 1980)
  • Peter Fadeevich Lomako (November 10, 1962 - October 2, 1965)
  • Dmitry Stepanovich Polyansky (November 23, 1962 - October 2, 1965)
  • Alexander Shelepin (November 23, 1962 - December 9, 1965)
  • Mikhail Avksentevich Lesechko (November 24, 1962 - October 24, 1980)
  • Ignat Trofimovich Novikov (November 24, 1962 - July 20, 1983)
  • Leonid Smirnov (March 13, 1963 - November 15, 1985)
  • Nikolai Baibakov (October 2, 1965 - October 14, 1985)
  • Nikolai Tikhonov (October 2, 1965 - September 2, 1976)
  • Vladimir Kirillin (Oct. 2, 1965 - January 22, 1980)
  • Mikhail Yefremov (November 13, 1965 - October 29, 1971)
  • Petro Shelest (May 19, 1972 - May 7, 1973)
  • Zia Nurievich Nureyev (3 April 1973 - November 1, 1985)
  • Ivan Arkhipov (March 21, 1974 - October 27, 1980)
  • Nikolai Martynov (June 25, 1976 - November 15, 1985)
  • Konstantin Fedorovich Katushev (March 16, 1977 - July 29, 1982)
  • Tikhon Kiselyov (December 5, 1978 - 23 October 1980)
  • Gury Marchuk (January 28, 1980 - October 28, 1986)
  • Valentin Makeev (October 23, 1980 - January 20, 1983)
  • Nikolai Talyzin (October 24, 1980 - October 14, 1985, October 1, 1988 - June 7, 1989)
  • Leonid Arkad'evich Kostandi (November 4, 1980 - September 5, 1984)
  • Alexey Antonov (December 19, 1980 - October 1, 1988)
  • Ivan Bodiul (December 19, 1980 - May 30, 1985)
  • Boris Antonovich Shcherbina (January 13, 1984 - June 7, 1989)
  • Yakov Ryabov (September 27, 1984 - June 19, 1986)
  • Ivan Silayev (1 November 1985 - July 2, 1990)
  • Lev Voronin (November 15, 1985 - June 7, 1989)
  • Yuri Maslyukov (November 15, 1985 - February 5, 1988)
  • Yuri Petrovich Batalin (December 20, 1985 - June 7, 1989)
  • Gennady G. Vedernikov (June 19, 1986 - June 7, 1989)
  • Vladimir Kuzmich Gusev (June 19, 1986 - December 26, 1990)
  • Vladimir Mikhailovich Kamentsev (September 1, 1986 - June 7, 1989)
  • Boris L. Tolstoy (February 6, 1987 - June 7, 1989)
  • Igor Belousov (February 12, 1988 - December 26, 1990)
  • Aleksandra Pavlovna Biryukova (October 1, 1988 - September 17, 1990)
  • Leonid Abalkin (July 17, 1989 - December 26, 1990)
  • Vitaly Husseynovich Doguzhiev (July 17, 1989 - December 26, 1990)
  • Nikolai Pavlovich Laverov (July 17, 1989 - December 26, 1990)
  • Pavel Ivanovich Mostovoy ( July 17, 1989 - December 26, 1990)
  • Lev Ryabev (July 17, 1989 - December 26, 1990)
  • Stepan Aramaisovich Sitaryan (October 24, 1989 - December 26, 1990)
Deputy of the Committee on the operational management of the economy of the USSR
  • Arkady Ivanovich Volsky (24 August 1991 - 14 November 1991)
  • Yury Luzhkov (24 August - 14 November 1991)
  • Grigory Yavlinsky (24 August - 2 October 1991)
Deputy of the Interstate Economic Committee of the USSR
  • Gennady V. Kulik (November 18, 1991 - December 26, 1991)
  • Amangeldy Imanakyshevich Bektemisov (November 29, 1991 - December 26, 1991)

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