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Stakhanov movement on Soviet railroads

P. F. Krivonos

Stakhanov movement on Soviet railroads

by P. F. Krivonos

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Published by Foreign Languages Publishing House in Moscow .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Soviet Union
    • Subjects:
    • Stakhanov, Alekseĭ Grigorʹevich, 1905-,
    • Railroads -- Management.,
    • Railroads -- Soviet Union -- Employees.,
    • Industrial efficiency.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby P. Krivonoss.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTF85 .K7
      The Physical Object
      Pagination30 p., 1 l. incl. pl., ports.
      Number of Pages30
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL181566M
      LC Control Numbera 40003093
      OCLC/WorldCa2191592

      Stakhanovism (stæˈkænəˌvɪzəm) n (Historical Terms) (in the former Soviet Union) a system designed to raise production by offering incentives to efficient workers [C named after A. G. Stakhanov (–77), Soviet coal miner, the worker first awarded benefits under the system in ] Staˈkhanovˌite n, adj Stakhanovism a system of piecework.   O n the night of August , the ­Soviet miner Alexey Stakhanov set a new record for coal production. Working deep inside the ­bowels of a mine in eastern Ukraine, ­Stakhanov .

      The Soviet propaganda machine turned Alexei into an iconic figure, creating what was known as the Stakhanov Movement to spread his example. 1 From the point of view of the West, this mythologizing of the mighty Soviet worker has often been dismissed as no more than a primitive celebration of brute strength and relentlessly hard work. But there. The Stakhanovite movement commemorated the mining of tons of coal by Aleksei Stakhanov on August 30–1, , and it was an important symbol by which the state urged workers to achieve greater productivity. As Lewis Siegelbaum demonstrates, Stakhanovism can be used to explore the social relations within Soviet industry at a critical stage Author: Lewis H. Siegelbaum.

      Book Description: This anthology offers a rich array of documents, short fiction, poems, songs, plays, movie scripts, comic routines, and folklore to offer a close look at the mass culture that was consumed by millions in Soviet Russia between and year plan and the emergence of the Stakhanov movement in the autumn of Second, the extent to which Stakhanovism succeeded in overcoming these problems. Following the crisis of , the years have generally been seen as the most trouble-free period of Soviet economic development in the s. Naum Jasny.


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Stakhanov movement on Soviet railroads by P. F. Krivonos Download PDF EPUB FB2

Stakhanov movement on Soviet railroads. Moscow: Foreign Languages Pub. House, (OCoLC) Named Person: Alekseĭ Stakhanov; Alekseĭ Stakhanov; Alekseĭ Grigor'evich Stakhanov: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: P F Krivonos.

The Stakhanov Movement in the Soviet Union Paperback – Febru by Joseph Stalin (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback "Please retry" $ $ — Hardcover $ 3 New from $Author: Joseph Stalin. The Stakhanovite movement began during the Soviet second 5-year plan in as a new stage of socialist emergence of the Stakhanovite movement can only be understood with the knowledge of the rapid industrialization and forced collectivization that had transpired seven years prior.

The movement took its name from Aleksei Grigorievich Stakhanov, who had mined tons of coal. of this new fire box Soviet railroads will cut down fuel expenses by aboutrubles a day.

Ivan Trofimov, who has to his record 33 years of uninterrupted work on the railroads, occupies a unique place among the Stakhanovite workers of Soviet rail­ roads. The son of a poor peasant, he is.

Yuri Krymov's novel Tanker "Derbent", and an eponymous Soviet feature film based on the book, are about Stakhanovitism in oil transport across the Caspian Sea. Elio Petri 's film The Working Class Goes to Heaven centered around a Stakhanovite.

Abstract. The Stakhanov Movement on Soviet Railroads""USSR. The New York World's Fair"": seal on fly-leaf. - inscription reads "In commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution for Stakhanov-Krivonosov work to comrade A.S.

Goncharenko from the Peoples Commissar of Railroads." - Alexei G. stakhanov was a Soviet industrial worker (miner) who in was awarded special recognition & special privileges for. The whole of the Soviet Union knows her as such, a:nd she is so described after a visit to her in Vichuga by G.

Friedrich, who had the possibility of seeing with his own eyes the "secret" of the unheard of productivity of her labor. We hope that a few more such sketches of the live people of the Stakhanov movement will appear in the near future.

STAKHANOVITE MOVEMENT On AugAleksei Stakhanov, a thirty-year-old miner in the Donets Basin, hewed tons of coal during his six-hour shift.

This amount represented fourteen times his quota, and within a few days his feat was hailed by Pravda as a world record. Anxious to celebrate and reward individuals' achievements in production that could serve as stimuli to other workers.

Aleksey Grigoryevich Stakhanov (Russian: Алексе́й Григо́рьевич Стаха́нов, IPA: [staˈxanəf]; 3 January – 5 November ) was a Russian Soviet miner, Hero of Socialist Labor (), and a member of the CPSU (). He became a celebrity in as part of what became known as the Stakhanovite movement – a campaign intended to increase worker productivity.

On AugAleksei Stakhanov, a thirty-year-old miner working at the Central Irmino Mine in the Donets Basin, hewed tons of coal during his six-hour shift. This amount represented fourteen times his quota, and within a few days of the feat was hailed by Pravda as a world record.

Stakhanov was a miner in Donbass, a coal-producing region in Soviet Ukraine. Under the communist system, all mines were run by the state and had monthly production targets. Description: Stakhanov at his record-breaking feat.

Stakhanovites of various professions at work: Aleksandr Busygin, Pasha Angelina, Petr Krivonos and others. Stakhanovite Conference in the Kremlin, in attendance Ordzhonikidze, Molotov, Kaganovich, Stakhanov and Stalin.

Source: Russian State Film & Photo Archive at Krasnogorsk (). This is the first study in English of a major and instructive episode in the history of the Soviet Union. The Stakhanovite movement commemorated the mining of tons of coal by Alexi Stakhanov in and it was an important symbol by which the state urged workers to achieve greater productivity.

As Siegelbaum shows, Stakhanovism can be used to explore the social relations within Soviet. Summary: "The First Conference of Stakhanovites of Industry and Transport of the Soviet Union opened on Novemin the Kremlin in Moscow. It was attended by three thousand shockworkers - men and women - Stakhanovites working in every branch of heavy industry, light industry, the timber industry and on the railways.

Yuri Krymov 's novel Tanker "Derbent", and an eponymous Soviet feature film based on the book, are about Stakhanovitism in oil transport across the Caspian Sea. Elio Petri 's film The Working Class Goes to Heaven centered on a Stakhanovite. The Soviet miner Alexei Stakhanov was born in the Oryol province on Jan.

3, After taking courses in mining and learning to operate a jackhammer. The Stakhanov movement is the best known of the "political-production" campaigns of the s in the Soviet Union, the aim of which was the maximum increase of economic production as well as the greater integration of the working class into an accelerated modernization process.

The movement of productivity. On the night of Augit was reported that Stakhanov had mined a record tonnes of coal in less than six hours (14 times his quota). This sparked the so-called Stakhanovite movement, encouraging the rise of worker productivity.

The Stakhanovite movement and propaganda was used in the old Soviet Union for decades. Solzhenitsyn exposed it as a fraud in his books about the camps and life in the Soviet Union. In the Soviet press unmasked the Stakhanov "achievements" as a lie: the mine simply tallied the work of an entire team under one man.

The Movement arose in and was named for the miner mine "Central-Irmino" (Donbass) AG Stakhanov, who obtained on the night of. In one of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's novels it is applipd to an overeager barber.

On the night of Aug. 30,according to Soviet officials, Mr. Stakhanov cut tons of coal‐14 times the. An innovative look at the complexities of rural Stakhanovism, this book probes behind the ideological lines and jubilant cries of the movement's resounding successes into the handling of the movement by political structures from the Politburo and Central Committee party departments all the way down to the local party, procuracy, farm leadership, and families.