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Who is Alexander Shcherbakov?
Alexander Shcherbakov: Aleksandr Sergueyevich Shcherbakov, was a founding member of the Soviet Writers' Union, along with Maxim Gorky. Following the latter's death in 1936, Shcherbakov was transferred from his role as First Secretary to the lower role of Second Secretary of the Leningrad Regional Party Committee where he reported to Andrei Zhdanov. He was also a notable critic of Ivan Gronsky. He became First Secretary of the Moscow Regional Party Committee in 1938, a post he held until his death.
- also known as Щербаков, Александр Сергеевич; 亚历山大·谢尔盖耶维奇·谢尔巴科夫
- born in (115 years ago) in Russian Empire
- profession: Writer
- died on (70 years ago) in Moscow
- buried in Kremlin Wall Necropolis
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