By R. W. Davies, Oleg V. Khlevnyuk, Stephen G. Wheatcroft (auth.)
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28 SZ, 1934, art. 399. 29 SZ, 1934, art. 348 (dated September 3). 30 Moscow restaurant life revived. 32 The character of 1934 cannot, however, be fully embraced by the terms ‘flexibility’ or ‘moderation’. This was also a year of patriotic celebration of newly-acquired Soviet strength. A potential tragedy was turned into triumph when the ice-breaker Chelyuskin, purchased by the USSR from Denmark, was wrecked on an ice floe while endeavouring to traverse the Great Northern Sea Route. After wintering on the ice, the 73 stranded men were all rescued by Soviet aircraft.
82 Mikoyan (1999), 295. 83 Ibid. 520. 84 See vol. 4, p. 337 and vol. 5, pp. 355–6. For Markevich see the numerous references in the index to vol. 2. 85 RGASPI, 17/162/17, 42; the commission consisted of Kuibyshev (chair), Kaganovich and Akulov; Zhdanov was later added (ibid. 67, dated October 4). 86 For further details see Khlevnyuk (1996), 130–3. Stalin brusquely wrote on a further appeal from Markevich ‘Return to the camp’. 30 1934: The Political Background Ordzhonikidze, in a speech at Uralmashzavod on August 24, 1934, emphasised the need for a more positive attitude to the ‘bourgeois specialists’.
Popov). 26 1934: The Political Background deprivation of freedom by the civil courts declined from 414,862 in 1933 to 284,880 in 1934 (RSFSR only). There was also a sharp improvement in conditions in camps and colonies as well as in the special settlements. 66 The status of some former kulaks was significantly improved. 67 Then on May 27 TsIK ruled that, provided that they worked conscientiously and were ‘loyal to the measures of Soviet power’, former kulaks, on the proposal of OGPU plenipotentiaries, could be restored to civil rights after five years, or after three years if they were working in the gold and platinum industry.
The Years of Progress: The Soviet Economy, 1934–1936 by R. W. Davies, Oleg V. Khlevnyuk, Stephen G. Wheatcroft (auth.)