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Yukhym Medvedev

Yukhym Medvedev
Юхим Григорович Медведєв
Chairman of TsVK
In office
December 24, 1917 – March 18, 1918
Preceded by installation of Soviet power
Succeeded by Volodymyr Zatonsky
Personal details
Born (1886-04-01)April 1, 1886
Bakhmut, Yekaterinoslav Governorate, Russian Empire
Died June 7, 1938(1938-06-07) (aged 52)
Soviet Union
Nationality Ukrainian
Political party RSDLP (1904-1917)
USDLP (1917-1919)
Borotbists (1919-1920)
CP(b)U (1920-1932)
Alma mater Bakhmut Technology College

Yukhym Medvedev (Ukrainian: Юхим Медведєв, Russian: Ефим Григорьевич Медведев) (1 April 1886–7 June 1938) was the first elected chairman of the Soviet parliament in Ukraine. Medvedev was a member of various Communist parties, but in early 1930s quit his political life and committed himself to a civilian life. In January 1938 he was arrested by the State Security police and later that year shot on the grounds of being an anti-Soviet terrorist. In 1957 Medvedev was rehabilitated posthumously.

Contents

  • Biography 1
  • References 2
  • Bibliography 3
  • External links 4

Biography

Medvedev was born in

  • Handbook of history of Ukraine
  • Handbook on history of the Communist Party and the Soviet Union

External links

Fedorovsky, Yu. Our countryman - the first Soviet president. "Bratia-slavyane" #16. May 2010.

Bibliography

  1. ^ "Жертвы политического террора в СССР". Lists.memo.ru. Retrieved 2013-06-13. 
  2. ^ "Жертвы политического террора в СССР". Lists.memo.ru. Retrieved 2013-06-13. 

References

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