List of heads of Saint Petersburg government


List of heads of Saint Petersburg government

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List of heads of the government of Saint Petersburg, Russia

The city's name changed during the 20th century:

  • From 16 May 1703: Saint Petersburg
  • From 19 July 1914: Petrograd
  • From 26 January 1924: Leningrad
  • From 6 September 1991: Saint Petersburg

Petrograd/Leningrad during the Russian SFSR

Chairpersons of the Executive Committee:

  • 25 October 1917 – 11 December 1917: Lev Trotsky (1879–1940)
  • 13 December 1917 – 12 July 1926: Grigory Zinoviev (1883–1936)
  • 12 July 1926 – 7 January 1930: Nikolay Komarov (1886–1937)
  • April 1930 – January 1937: Ivan Kodatsky (1893–1937)
  • January 1937 – March 1937: Vasily Shestakov (1891–1956)
  • September 1937 – October 1938: Aleksey Petrovsky (1889–1939)
  • October 1938 – 6 January 1939: Alexei Kosygin (1904–1980)
  • 6 January 1939 – 9 March 1946: Pyotr Popkov (s.a.)
  • 11 March 1946 – 22 February 1949: Pyotr Lazutin (1905–1949)
  • 2 March 1949 – June 1954: Pyotr Ladanov (1904–1989)
  • June 1954 – 17 June 1962: Nikolay Smirnov[disambiguation needed ] (1906–1962)
  • June 1962 – August 1966: Vasily Isayev (died 1977)
  • August 1966 – December 1972: Aleksandr Sizov (1913–1972)
  • January 1973 – June 1976: Vasily Kazakov (born 1927)
  • June 1976 – 26 April 1983: Lev Zaykov (1923–2002)
  • 26 April 1983 – 23 May 1990: Vladimir Khodyrev (born 1930)
  • 23 May 1990 –12 June 1991: Aleksandr Schelkanov (born 1939)

First Secretaries of the Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union:

  • March 1918 – April 1919: Pyotr Zaslavsky
  • April 1919 – November 1919: Moisey Kharitonov (1887–1948)
  • November 1919 – February 1921: Sergey Zorin (1891–1937)
  • 21 February 1921 – 14 December 1921: Nikolay Uglanov (1886–1937)
  • 15 December 1921 – March 1922: Ivan Smirnov (1881–1936)
  • March 1922 – December 1925: Pyotr Zalutsky (1888–1937)
  • December 1925 – 7 January 1926: Grigory Yevdokimov (1884–1936)
  • 8 January 1926 – 1 December 1934: Sergei Kirov (1886–1934)
  • 15 December 1934 – 28 December 1944: Andrei Zhdanov(1896–1948)
  • 5 January 1945 – 8 March 1946: Alexei Kuznetsov (1905–1950)
  • 9 March 1946 – 15 February 1949: Pyotr Popkov (1903–1950)
  • 16 February 1949 –19 January 1950: Vasily Andrianov (1902–1978)
  • January 1950 – July 1952: Frol Kozlov (1908–1965)
  • July 1952 – April 1953: Aleksey Alekseyev[disambiguation needed ] (born 1911)
  • April 1953 – November 1953: Nikolay Ignatov (1901–1966)
  • November 1953 – July 1956: Ivan Zamchevsky (1909–1979)
  • July 1956 – December 1957: Ivan Spiridonov (1905–1991)
  • December 1957 – January 1960: Nikolay Rodionov (1915–1999)
  • January 1960 – February 1971: Georgy Popov (born 1912)
  • February 1971 – April 1978: Boris Aristov (born 1925)
  • April 1978 – January 1984: Yury Solovyov (born 1925)
  • January 1984 – January 1986: Anatoly Dumachev (born 1932)
  • January 1986 – July 1989: Anatoly Gerasimov (born 1931)
  • 12 July 1989 – 24 August 1991: Boris Gidaspov (born 1933)

Mayor:

Leningrad / Saint Petersburg after 1991

Mayor :

Governors :

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