RGAE

AcronymDefinition
RGAERegle Generale Anti-Evitement (French: General Anti-Avoidance Rule; Ontario, Canada)
RGAERossiiskii Gosudarstvennyi Arkhiv Ekonomiki (Lithuanian: Russian State Archive of the Economy)
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(77) TsUNKhU dynamic tables on prices, 1913-36, from RGAE f.
RGAE (1562/41/543/19-20) shows that the subscription sales of government bonds decreased from 3.628 billion R in 1952 to 1.822 billion R in 1953 and to 1.727 billion R in 1954.
premier cas RGAE portant sur les transactions impliquant du magasinage
For example, see Zheludova's comments about reactions to women workers in the 1920s in RGAE, f.
As mentioned above, such files concerning Soviet-Canadian union relations can be located in virtually every economic ministry fonds of RGAE. Additionally, this archives holds the records of a most interesting body of records, Fonds 8581, "The Soviet Information Bureau (Sovinformburo) of the Council of Ministers of the USSR." Some files from this fonds are as follows: "Reports of Sovinformburo representatives in the USA and Canada on published material for 1955, 1955 (File List 1, File No.
On August 6, 1940, Sautin sent a memorandum to Voznesenskii entitled 'The Number of Manual and White-collar Workers according to the Data of the Population Census of 1939 and the Data of Current Records' (Russian State Archive of the Economy (RGAE), 4372/92/ 283, 245-248).
An NKTP document declared that by '15.09.1938 only 71.5% of enterprise plans were approved by glavks' (RGAE 7297.28.5: 100).
Strategically, the USSR would have to supply its forces solely from domestic resources; unlike Tsarist Russia it could not count on foreign assistance in the event of war (RGAE, fond 2097, opis'l, delo 64, folios 8-24, hereafter 2097/1/64, 8-24).
Luk'ianov, 4 April 1991, Rossiiskii gosudarstvennyi arkhiv ekonomiki (RGAE) f.
Its rather limited focus notwithstanding, the book (based on DeHaan's dissertation, defended in 2005 at the University of Toronto) is very well researched and relies on an impressive array of new archival materials: files on city planning from the State Archive of the Russian Federation (GARF) and the Russian State Economic Archive (RGAE), the personal fond of Ivanitskii from the Russian State Archive of Literature and Art (RGALI), documents on architectural planning and city construction from the Central Archive of the Province of Nizhnii Novgorod (TsANO), party documents from the State Sociopolitical Archive of the Province of Nizhnii Novgorod (GOPANO) and memoirs held at the Museum of the History of the Gorky Automobile Factory.