Author:Юрков, Никита Иванович

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Никита Иванович Юрков
Мордовскяй АССР-нь Верховнай Советть Президиумонц секретарец


Юрковть колга[edit]

  • Энциклопедия «Мордовия», А—М. — Мордовское книжное издательство, Саранск, 2003. — 570, [5] с.: ил., нот., карт. — ISBN 5-7595-1543-8:
    • из статьи «Большеберезниковский район»: "... Первые секретари РК КПСС: ...; 1941 — Н. И. Юрков, М. П. Сорокин; ..."
    • из статьи «Депутаты Верховного Совета СССР, РСФСР и Мордовии (1938—1995), первый созыв (1938—1946)»: "... Юрков Никита Иванович"
  • возможно, этот автор является также героем войны, которому посвящена страница на сайте «Бессмертный полк»: Юрков Никита Иванович, старший лейтенант, 1896—1942
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