Nikolai Alexandrovich Dygai
Nikolai Alexandrovich Dygai ( Russian Николай Александрович Дыгай * 29 . Jul / 11. November 1908 greg. In village Pokrovsky, Russian Empire (now Donetsk Oblast , Ukraine ); † 6. March 1963 in Moscow ) was a Soviet politician of the CPSU , who was minister several times and, in 1958, deputy chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Russian Soviet Socialist Federal Republic .
After attending school, Dygai was a member of the Komsomol regional committee in the Don region between 1925 and 1926 and between 1927 and 1929 worked as a boiler maker at the TAGMET metallurgical factory in Taganrog and joined the CPSU as a member in 1929. After studying civil engineering at the Technical University " Nikolai Ernestowitsch Bauman " in Moscow between 1929 and 1932 and at the military engineering academy of the Red Army from 1932 to 1934 , he was a civil engineer at the metallurgical factory in Nizhny between 1934 and 1936 Tagil active.
Subsequently, Dygai began his political career and was from 1937 to 1938 Chairman of the Executive Committee of the City Soviet of Nizhny Tagil and then between 1938 and 1939 director of the Uraltjaschstroi factory . After he was head of the Glavuralstroja construction project in the People's Commissariat for Construction of the USSR between January 1939 and January 1946 , he became First Deputy People's Commissar for Military and Navy Construction of the USSR in January 1946.
On June 14, 1947, he succeeded Semyon Sakharovich Ginsburg as Minister for Military and Navy Construction and held this ministerial office until its dissolution on March 9, 1949. Instead, Dygai took over the newly created office of Minister for Civil Engineering on March 9, 1949 the USSR, which he also held until the dissolution of this ministry on March 15, 1953. On the XIX. At the CPSU party congress, which took place from October 5 to 14, 1952, he became a candidate for the Central Committee and was held in this capacity at the XX. CPSU party congress from February 14th to 25th, 1956 confirmed. He remained a candidate for the Central Committee of the CPSU until October 17, 1961.
Dygai held the post of Minister for Construction of the USSR from March 15, 1953 to October 23, 1957 and was at the same time Minister for Construction of the Russian Soviet Federal Socialist Republic (RSFSR) from May 29, 1957 to February 25, 1958, before he was from 25 February to 30 July 1958 Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the RSFSR. He then served from 1958 to 1959 as First Vice Chairman of the State Planning Committee of the RSFSR.
In August 1959, Dygai became chairman of the Commission on Investments at the Council of Ministers of the USSR and remained in this position until January 1961. From January to September 1961 he was First Vice-Minister for Road Construction and, as the successor to Nikolai Ivanovich Bobrovnikov, between September 2, 1961 and his death on March 6, 1963, he was Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Moscow City Administration and thus de facto Mayor of Moscow . His successor in this capacity was then Vladimir Fyodorovich Promyslow . At the same time he became a member of the Central Committee (ZK) of the CPSU.
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|SURNAME||Dygai, Nikolai Alexandrovich|
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Дыгай, Николай Александрович (Russian spelling)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||soviet politician|
|DATE OF BIRTH||November 11, 1908|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Pokrovsky village, Russian Empire , today Donetsk Oblast , Ukraine|
|DATE OF DEATH||March 6, 1963|
|Place of death||Moscow|