Fyodor Sergeyev


Fyodor Sergeyev

Fyodor Andreyevich Sergeyev ( _ru. Фёдор Андре́евич Серге́ев; 1883–July 24, 1921), better known as Artyom ( _ru. Артём), was a Russian and Ukrainian revolutionary born in the village of Glebovo of Kursk Oblast, Russia. Sergeyev was a Chairman of the Sovnarkom of the Donetsk-Krivoy Rog Soviet Republic during its existence. The city of Artemivsk was renamed in his honor in 1924.


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