At the All-Union Conference of Industrial Workers.. (1955)
Availability of videosources
Needs clarification of possibility of digitizing in HD.
AnnotationOn the All-Union Meeting of industrial workers in Moscow.
Historical backgroundMay 16, 1955 in Moscow, in the Grand Kremlin Palace, opened All-Union Conference of workers in industry.
Temporary descriptionMoscow. May 16-18, 1955. The Grand Kremlin Palace. Union Conference of industrial workers. Speakers (synchronous) Soviet Prime Minister Nikolai Bulganin, Secretary of the Communist Party Nikita Khrushchev. Speakers include the director of the Leningrad Kirov Plant Isaev, academician Topchiev, plant manager "Uralmash" Glebovsky Minister steel Sheremet.
Kremlin - LS.
According to the Kremlin, the meeting place.
In the St.
George Hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace talk delegates.
Among the participants: turners Zubritsky and Alamson, Krivoy Rog miners Manidichev Volodin, senior master of the Leningrad factory "Skorokhod" Mushtukova, chief designer Giproselmasha Panzer, Brigadier-fitters from Poti Ravenkov, cullers Kasradze from Georgia and carp from the Far East, industrial workers in the People's democracy.
The leaders of the CPSU and the Soviet government took place on the podium.
The meeting was attended by NA Bulganin, KK Voroshilov, LM Kaganovich, GM Malenkov, AI Mikoyan, NS Khrushchev, MG Pervukhin, MZ Saburov AI Kirichenko, PN Pospelov, MA Suslov.
In an opening speech acts NA, Bulganin (synchronously).
Speakers: Director of the Leningrad Kirov Plant Isaev, academician Topchiev, Uralmash Glebovsky director and chief designer of the Leningrad Metal Plant.
Stalin Kovalev, milling Lupandin from Kharkov, USSR Minister of Steel Sheremet'ev AG, a pioneer turner Bulls.
With the speaker NS Khrushchev (synchronously).
Applauding the meeting.
NA Bulganin vote on the draft appeal to all employees meeting the industry.
NA Bulganin closing of the meeting (synchronously).