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Record #185126:

"Young men go east!": the BAM frontier under Brezhnev / Johannes Grützmacher.

Title: "Young men go east!": the BAM frontier under Brezhnev / Johannes Grützmacher.
Author(s): Grützmacher, Johannes.
Date: 2005.
Publisher: Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang
In: Siberian saga : a history of Russia's wild east. (2005.),
Abstract: Views Baikal-Amur Mainline Project to be good example of typical Soviet tension between rational, technocratic obsession with planning and voluntaristic staging of improvisation and brute force action. Shows that during political and economic crisis of 1970s Soviet leadership created utopia to mobilise society which then vanished after collapse of Soviet Union in 1991. Highlights very high levels of disciplinary problems, theft, corruption and absenteeism on BAM. Discusses impact of its construction on local indigenous peoples (Evenki)
Notes:

In: The Siberian saga : a history of Russia's wild east / Eva-Maria Stolberg, ed.

Keywords: 323 -- Politics, internal.
323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities: Evenki.
656.2 -- Railway transport: BAM.
625 -- Railway and highway engineering.
93 -- History.
93"197" -- 1970-1979.
L -- Communication and transportation.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
SPRI record no.: 185126

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