The Urals showed how he lived in the Sverdlovsk during the war years

– the orders of the heads of enterprises, reports, memos and the like we’ve never exhibited, maximum exposure on the website as they contain the personal data of people who worked at the enterprises of city subordination. After 75 years, such paper shall be destroyed, but we now have the expertise, see if there are interesting historical information, and if so, we’re taking to his permanent storage, – said Svetlana Nostatic, head of Department on Affairs of archives of administration of Ekaterinburg. – After digitization by the end of 2020 they will be available to all on the website of the city in the “E-archives”.

Photo: Alexey Sukhorukov First in Tambov medal to the 75 anniversary of the Victory received pilot Alexander Bodnar

did you Know for example that during the great Patriotic war there was a war tax? He introduced it in 1942 in addition to income and agriculture. Pay anyone over the age of 18 years of age and has not reached pension in addition to military personnel and their families. In the municipal archives holds the payroll for employees of the clothing factory named after Stalin, from which it is clear that the war tax levied on all workers and employees from the rank and file positions. Amounts vary depending on income, there are 10 rubles a month, there are 85. The biggest one was 110 rubles at a salary of 1200. Abolished the tax only in July 1945.

the published documents of the war years, when the paper had to save? On the Wallpaper, tracing paper and even it is the reverse side of captured German maps. For example, until the present day came the orders of the tram and trolleybus management and urban forestry. Bit strange to see a Gothic font on the inside order to improve the Sverdlovsk tram, but the Foundation is strong and not quickly broken.

But the orders at the school No. 9, well-known by every citizen, wrote in an ordinary notebook with calligraphy. Despite the fact that the building housed a hospital, school continued. In three shifts! Moreover, education in high school was paid, says Svetlana Nostatic. Fee was introduced in 1940 – about 150 rubles a year, and abolished only in 1956. the Disciples were to observe the rules of daylight in the classrooms, despite the fact that Sverdlovsk was in the rear. Funny, but school problems are not to be changed at all times: in 1944, the principal of the school, for example, has been criticized teacher to a sluggish working with parents, inadequate absorption of the program by the boys and misconduct.

Many scholars in those years dropping out of school to replace adult production. Here and in the municipal water supply worked teenagers 16-17 years old. According to the order, it was based on at least one day off a week and once a year – two weeks vacation, that is, even in wartime conditions, social guarantees for minors persisted.

Photo: Mikhail Tereshchenko/TASS The “WG” to discuss the counter-distortion of the history of the Second world war

Drummers work encouraged not only money. So, factory “Uralobuv” and “Clothing” to reward its employees for the implementation of the plan on 350-400 30 percent more coupons for hot meals and 50 coupons for bread.

City dairy plant is the only number not included in the defense industry was awarded the challenge Red banner of state Committee of defense. For nutritious and healthy range. Throughout the war the factory produced 60 kinds of products not only sold to the population, but were sent to the hospitals to put on feet of wounded.The total bed capacity of Sverdlovsk then was 16.5 youSACE units. In addition to milk and cheese, the dairy plant produced from dough, sausage and even completely exotic to those years: chocolate ice cream, glazed curds, cheese souffle.

in addition, in the municipal archive holds a unique pioneer tie. He hails from the 1970s, but precious not that, and the fact that it left autographs associates of intelligence agent Nikolai Kuznetsov, who, as we know, was born in the village of Zyrianka in Sverdlovsk region and in Sverdlovsk, studied at the industrial Institute and worked at Uralmashzavod.