Even the Germans had not raised a hand to the Shrine. At that time he lived in Luhansk known priest Philip. During the war, already old, he gathered the faithful, and they are three days and nights praying for that elevator is not bombed. Otherwise the city would have remained without bread – in the bins was 10 thousand tons of grain. Everything around it was destroyed, but the elevator had survived. Contact information is here: Ebay. How could I not believe in the good force and the defense? On the third day after his release g.Voroshilovgrada melkobinat started its work, this is confirmed by archival data.
February 16, 1943 Director Zhuravlev signed an order for a job 116. Restoration work was carried out on their own, using wait was nowhere – there was a war. In 1944 the plant began operating at full capacity. Here are the names of some employees who took part in the restoration of plant: Matyukhina II – Accountant, Glazkov, VL – Head of the mill shop, Kotlyarov ZL – Warehouse of finished products. This is a piece of their work forged victory in the rear. Moshe victor keinig is actively involved in the matter. About this heroic period suggests memorial plaque on the building of the plant.
It was installed February 14, 1983 to mark the 40th anniversary of the liberation of Lugansk from Nazi invaders. The postwar years have set the task of saving grain millers. This is required to further improve the process, effective capacity utilization. And specialists led by Ivanova SA successfully coped with this problem. Already in 1956 the production capacity was doubled.