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Gleb Maximilianovich Krzhizhanovsky (Russian: Глеб Максимилиа́нович Кржижано́вский, January 24, 1872, Samara — March 31, 1959, Moscow) was a Soviet economist and a state figure. Academician of USSR Academy of Sciences (1929), Hero of Socialist Labour (1957).

In 1910 he oversaw the construction of a power station near Moscow and proposed the idea of a hydroelectric plant in Saratov.

In 1920 appointed as a Chief of Russia Electrification Commission, was in the lead of some parts of GOELRO plan, gave a report of this plan on the VIII Congress of Soviets (December 22, 1920).

13 August 1921 - 11 December 1923 - Chief of Gosplan for his first term, succeeded by Alexander Tsuryupa
18 November 1925 - 10 November 1930) - Chief of Gosplan for his second term

He's also considered as the author of the Russian text of the revolutionary song Warszawyanka. He wrote it in 1897 in Butyrka prison, where he sat because of his participation in the Union of fighting for the liberation of the working class together with Lenin.


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