Aleksandr Osatkin-Vladimirsky

Aleksandr Nikolayevich Osatkin-Vladimirsky (1885-1937) was a Russian revolutionary, Soviet politician and first secretary of the Byelorussian SSR from 1923 to 1924.[1][2][circular reference]

Aleksandr Osatkin-Vladimirsky
Александр Асаткин-Владимирский
First Secretary of the Communist Party of Byelorussia
In office
February 1924 – May 1924
Preceded byVilhelm Knorin
Succeeded byAlexander Krinitsky
Personal details
Born(1885-10-15)15 October 1885
Kostroma Governorate, Russian Empire
Died2 July 1937(1937-07-02) (aged 51)
Moscow, Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, Soviet Union
NationalitySoviet
Political partyRSDLP (b) (1903-1918)
All-Union Communist Party (b) (1918-1937)
Other political
affiliations
Communist Party of Byelorussia

He was a member of the Bolshevik wing of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party since 1904 and was imprisoned 6 times and deported twice for his revolutionary activities.

In the years of 1930-31 he was the chairman of the executive committee of the Council of the Far Eastern Territory. Since 1932 in party and economic work. Member of the Central Committee of the Ukrainian Communist Party (B) in 1924-25. Member of the Central Committee of the CP (b) B in 1924-25

He was expelled from the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Belarussia of the USSR by a resolution of the plenum of the Central Committee held on July 3 and 4, 1937. The next day, July 5, he was arrested. Osatkin-Vladimirsky was shot on September 2 of that year. 20 years later, in 1957, he was posthumously rehabilitated.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Soviet Socialist Republic of Belarussia". Archived from the original on 2011-07-18. Retrieved 2020-11-27.
  2. ^ "Russian Wiki".
  3. ^ Asatkin-Vladimirsky Alexander Nikolaevich // Biographical reference book . - Мн. : "Belarusian Soviet Encyclopedia" named after Petrus Brovka, 1982. - Vol. 5. - P. 32. - 737 p.