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Pyotr Georgievich Moskatov
|Member of the Taganrog City Party Committee|
|Director of the Taganrog City Power Station|
|Director of the Russian–Baltic Plant|
|Head of the Organizational Department of the Taganrog District Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union|
December 1922 – September 1929
|Born||June 3, 1894|
Taganrog, Russian Empire
|Died||April 19, 1969 (aged 74)|
Kerch, Crimean Oblast, Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, Soviet Union
|Resting place||Novodevichy Cemetery|
|Political party||Communist Party of the Soviet Union|
|Awards||Order of Lenin|
Order of the Red Banner
Order of the Patriotic War
Order of the Red Banner of Labour
Pyotr Georgievich Moskatov (June 3, 1894, Taganrog – April 19, 1969, Kerch, Crimean Oblast) was a Soviet union leader and statesman, a deputy of the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union of the 1st and 2nd convocations.
Born June 3, 1894 in Taganrog in a working-class family.
After graduating from a four–grade school, he entered as an apprentice to a metalworker. From 1907 to 1913, a worker at the factories of Taganrog. Took part in the strike and in 1913, he was administratively exiled outside the region of the Don Cossacks. He worked in Donbass, Makiivka, Donetsk, Rostov-on-Don. In 1915, he was drafted into the army, a driver (Austrian front). In February 1917, he was elected Chairman of the Regimental Committee.
After a concussion and gas poisoning, he was treated in Rostov–on–Don, then entered the Taganrog Metallurgical Plant and there in May 1917, he joined the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party (Bolsheviks). Since September 1917 – a member of the Taganrog City Party Committee. In 1918, in political work in the Red Army. When the Germans approached Taganrog, he retreated to the North Caucasus together with the Taganrog Regiment, which then joined the Taman Army, and worked as an armored vehicle driver. In 1919, he carried out important tasks of the party to organize underground work in the territory occupied by the White Guards (Rostov–on–Don – Taganrog). He was awarded the Order of the Red Banner.
From December 1919 – director of the Taganrog City Power Plant, from 1921 – the Russian–Baltic Plant. In December 1922, he was appointed Head of the Organizational Department of the Taganrog District Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union|Russian Communist Party (Bolsheviks). Since September 1929 – Secretary of the Taganrog District Party Committee.
In September 1926, Moskatov was transferred to professional union work and was appointed Chairman of the North Caucasian Regional Committee of the Union of Metalworkers. Since 1929 – Secretary of the Central Committee of the Trade Union of Metal Workers, and since 1931 – Chairman of the Central Committee of the Trade Union of Transport Engineering. In 1934–1939, he was a member of the Central Control Commission of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Bolsheviks). In 1936, Pyotr Moskatov was appointed an authorized representative of the Party Control Commission for Kazakhstan, and then transferred to the same position in the Far Eastern Krai Territory. Since May 1937 – Secretary of the Trade unions in the Soviet Union. Since December 1937 – Deputy (legislator) of the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union.
Since October 1940 – Head of the Main Directorate of Labor Reserves under the Council of People's Commissars of the Soviet Union. During the Great Patriotic War, he carried out important tasks of the State Defense Committee for the training of young workers for industry and transport, for which he was awarded two Orders of Lenin, the Order of the Patriotic War of the 1st Degree, the Order of the Red Banner of Labor.
In 1946–1952 – 1st Deputy Minister of Labor Reserves of the Soviet Union. In 1939–1961, he was a member, and in 1952–1959, he was Chairman of the Central Auditing Commission of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. At the same time, in 1954–1960, he was Chairman of the Commission for the Establishment of Personal Pensions under the Council of Ministers of the Soviet Union.
Pyotr Moskatov is the author of the books: "The Don's Working Class in the Struggle for Soviet Power" (1957), "Shoulder to Shoulder" (1955), "Conquered by October" (1957), "Together with the Party" (1958).
- Order of Lenin (three times, including July 1, 1944);
- Order of the Red Banner;
- Order of the Patriotic War, 1st Degree;
- Order of the Red Banner of Labour;
- A street in Taganrog is named after him.
- Pyotr Moskatov. Short Biography
- Pyotr Moskatov. Encyclopedia of Taganrog Metallurgical Plant
- Pyotr Moskatov. Encyclopedia Chronos
- Pyotr Moskatov. Representative of Taganrog Metallurgists
- Victor Chernobay. Anniversary of the Monastery Power Plant // Taganrog Truth – 2008 – May 29
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