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From the Collection of enactment and decrees of the government for 1921, Administration of the Council of People's Commissars of the USSR

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On the mobilization of citizens who worked at the factories of the electrical industry. ( Izv. No. 7, S. U. 3‐26 ). 

Article 26.

Resolution of the Council of Labor and Defense.

On the mobilization of citizens who worked at the plants of the electrical industry.

In amendment and addition to the resolution of the Labor and Defense Council dated October 8, 1920 ( No. 91, article 476 ), the Labor and Defense Council decided to clause 3 of the said resolution:

I.                    According to this resolution, all citizens from 18 to 55 years of age inclusive are subject to mobilization, who have served for the last 10 years continuously or for a certain period in the following enterprises and factories:

       Siemens ex. Siemens and Halske,

       Siemens Schuckert,





       (formerly Russian Society of Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony ʺRobitʺ),

       ʺCavity apparatus plantʺ, ex. Plant of X‐ray tubes Fedoritsky,         ʺElectro‐mechanicsʺ.

       Telegraph and telephone plant ʺMorseʺ, b. 1st State

Electrotechnical Plant,

       ʺVekʺ ‐ ex. Universal Electricity Company,

       Dynamo, ex. Vsstinghouse,

       ʺDekaʺ ‐ former. Duflon‐Konstantinovich.

       ʺVoltaʺ (the cities of Revel and Barancha in the Urals),

       Northern cable factories ‐ former. United cable factories, Petrograd,

       Alekseevsk Cable Plants ‐ ex. Moscow TV company

ʺAlekseev, Vishnyakov and Shamshinʺ

       Russian cable factories ʺRusskabelʺ ‐ ex. Podobedova,

       Cable plant ʺPetichevaʺ,

       Cable shops of the Kolchugin plant,

       Battery factory ʺTudorʺ,

       Rex battery plant,

       Pokrovskaya Lamp Factory, Moscow,

       Kudrinskaya Lamp Factory, Moscow.

       Lamp factory ʺSvetlanaʺ ‐ b. ʺAyvaz‐Svetlanaʺ, Petrograd,

       Izolyator porcelain factory,

       Porcelain factory ʺElectroizolyatorʺ,

       Coal plant Kudinovo,

       Valve Plant ‐ b. Petrograd Armature Society,

       1st Moscow State Power Plant, ex. 1886,

       2nd Moscow State Electric Tram Station ‐ ex. Moscow city tram station,

       3rd Moscow State Power Plant ‐ b. Joint Stock Company

ʺElectric Power Transmissionʺ,

       1st Petrograd State Power Plant b. 1886 year.

       2nd Petrograd State Power Plant, ex. ʺHeliosʺ,

       3rd Petrograd State Power Plant, b. ʺBelgian Societyʺ

       4th Petrograd State Tram Power Station, b. Tram station of

City railways roads,

and in all other power plants and electrical and electromechanical independent workshops and offices that are currently in service in any enterprises, institutions and farms of the RSFSR, as well as engaged in independent fishing.

II.                  This mobilization also applies to those persons who previously worked in the above‐mentioned enterprises, who are currently serving in enterprises, institutions and farms, booked from any professional mobilizations, except for the Peopleʹs Commissariat of Posts and Telegraphs, in accordance with previously issued regulations on this subject. ...

III.                Workers and employees in enterprises and institutions subordinate to the Electrical Department of the Supreme Council of the National Economy are exempted from any kind of mobilization, both military and professional.

IV.                Confirm the decree of the Labor and Defense Council of October 8, 1920 on the norms for the supply of food to workers in the electrical industry and oblige the Peopleʹs Commissariat of Food to report in 2 weeks to the Labor and Defense Council on its implementation.

Signed by:

Chairman of the Council of Labor and Defense V.  Ulyanov (Lenin ) .

Secretary of the Council of Labor and Defense R . Fotieva .

January 5, 1921.

Published in No. 7 of Izvestia of the All‐Russian Central Executive

Committee of Soviets dated January 13, 1921.