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HSL Nikolai Konstantinovich Baibakov died at 97 y.

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Nikolai Konstantinovich Baibakov (6 March 1911, Baku, Azerbaijan ? 31 March 2008, Moscow)


comrade Baibakov, HSL, GPW-veteran and one of the master-minds of Soviet economy (3 decades chief of GOSPLAN http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gosplan - till 1985) died at the age 97 in Moscow:



Best regards :beer:


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Recipient of an award six orders of Lenin, order of October Revolution, two orders of Labour Red Banner, by an order ?For merits before Homeland? of the II degree (2006), rewards of the foreign states. Honoured member of the Russian academy of natural sciences (RAEN; in 1996 recipient of an award founded this academy by a medal ?Peter First?), academician of Academy of cosmonautics the name of Ciolkovskogo. A laureate of bonus is ?Russian National Olympus?. Honoured citizen of city of Ishimbaya (Bashkiria) — as an active participant of development of bashkir neftepromyslov (came forward with such initiative in 1940). :rolleyes:

Eternal memory to the Hero.

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