Committee of Youth Organisations

The Committee of the Soviet Youth Organizations or USSR Youth Organization Committee (Russian: Комитет молодёжных организаций СССР (КМО СССР)) was a public organization in the Soviet Union primarily in the field of international youth relations. It was established in 1956 on the basis of the Anti-Fascist Committee of the Soviet Youth (1941-1956). It united various civic, professional, sports, student, cultural, etc. organizations of the Soviet youth. [1][2]

Committee chairmenEdit

  • Yevgeny Konstantinovich Fyodorov (1941-?)
  • Kochemasov, Vyacheslav Ivanovich (1949-1954) - Chairman of the Anti-Fascist Committee of Soviet Youth
  • Romanovsky, Sergey Kalistratovich (May 1954 - February 1960) - Chairman of the Anti-Fascist Committee of Soviet Youth until 1956
  • Reshetov Petr Nikolaevich (February 1960 - 1966)
  • Yarovoy, Vladimir Grigorievich (May 1966 - February 1968)
  • Yanayev, Gennady Ivanovich (March 1968 - January 1980)
  • Aksyonov, Vladimir Alexandrovich (January 1980 - April 1987)
  • Chelnokov, Sergey Nikolaevich (April 1987 - May 1989)
  • Kovylov, Alexey Ivanovich (1989–1991)[3]
  • Koshmarov (Trubetskoy), Alexey Yuryevich (1991–2016) - Chairman of the International Committee of Youth Organizations (ICMO) - assignee of the USSR KMO)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Комитет молодёжных организаций СССР (in Russian)
  2. ^ Комитет молодёжных организаций СССР (КМО СССР) 1956-1991 гг. Archived 2011-07-03 at the Wayback Machine Российский государственный архив социально-политической истории (РГАСПИ)
  3. ^ "Член комитета: Ковылов Алексей Иванович". tpprf.ru. Retrieved 2018-03-14.