Dnipropetrovsk Regional Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine

The Dnipropetrovsk Regional Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine, commonly referred to as the Dnipropetrovsk CPU obkom, was the position of highest authority in the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, in the Ukrainian SSR of the Soviet Union. The position was created on February 27, 1932, and abolished in August 1991. The First Secretary was a de facto appointed position usually by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine or the First Secretary of the Republic.

List of First Secretaries of the Communist Party of Dnipropetrovsk RegionEdit

Name Term of Office Life years
Start End
First Secretaries of the Oblast Committee of the Communist Party
Vladimir Chernyavskiy February 1932 October 1932 1893–1939
Vasyliy Stroganov October 1932 January 1933 1888–1938
Mendel Khatayevich January 1933 March 1937 1893–1939
Natan Margolin[a] March 1937 November 1937 1895–1938
Demyan Korotchenko November 1937 February 24, 1938 1894–1969
Semen Zadionchenko (Zayonchik)[b] February 24, 1938 July 1941 1898–1972
Konstantin Grushevy[c] July 1941 October 1941 1906–1982
Nazi German occupation (1941–1943)
Georgiy Dementyev 1943 February 1944
Pavel Naydenov February 1944 November 1947 1905–1967
Leonid Brezhnev November 27, 1947 June 1950 1906–1982
Andrei Kirilenko June 1950 December 1955 1906–1990
Vladimir Shcherbitskiy December 1955 December 1957 1918–1990
Anton Gayevoi December 1957 May 1961 1907–1962
Nikita Tolubeyev[d] May 1961 July 7, 1963 1922–
Aleksei Vatchenko[e] January 1963 December 1964 1914–1984
Vladimir Shcherbitskiy[f] July 7, 1963 October 1965 1918–1990
Aleksei Vatchenko October 1965 June 1976 1914–1984
Yevgeniy Kachalovskiy June 1976 1983 1926–2011
Viktor Boyko 1983 April 20, 1987 1931–
Vladimir Ivashko April 20, 1987 December 14, 1988 1932–1994
Nikolai Zadoya December 14, 1988 August 31, 1990 1938–
Nikolai Omelchenko August 31, 1990 August 1991 1936–

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Acting to May 1937
  2. ^ Acting to June 1938
  3. ^ Acting
  4. ^ For Industry from January 1963
  5. ^ For Agriculture
  6. ^ For Industry to December 1964

SourcesEdit

  • [1] World Statesmen.org