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Mordukh Abramovich AGULNIK

veterinarian

Mordukh AGULNIK, USSR Veterinarian. Doctor of Veterinary Science since 1940; Prof since 1941; Bureau member, Veterinary Section, All-Union Lenin Academy, of Agriculture Science; retired since 1958. Order of Red Star; medals. Member, Communist Party, since 1919.

Background

AGULNIK, Mordukh was born in 1889.

Education

1914 graduated Warsaw Veterinary Institute.

Career

1914-1922 in Tsarist, then Red Army. 1922-1929 Deputy Director, Institute of Experimental Veterinary Medicine. Simultaneously member, Central Bureau of Veterinary Workers, Union of Medicine and Public Health Workers, Moscow.

Executive Secretary, above bureau, then Chairman, Ural Oblast Trade-Union of Medicine Personnel. 1929-1941 associate, All-Union Institute of Experimental Veterinary Medicine. 1937-1938 Acting Director, above institutes.

1941 Acting Director, Leningrad Veterinary Research Institute. 1941-1943 in Red Army. 1943-1949 lecturer, Veterinary Faculty, 1943-1958 simultaneously Head, Chair of Microbiology, Moscow Technology Institute of the Meat and Dairy Industry.

Specialist in veterinary sanitation expertise, microbiology, epizootology and organ, of veterinary service in the USSR. Author of many works.

Religion

Religion is bad because it gets people to believe something untrue.

Politics

Member, Communist Party, since 1919.

Views

Marxism–Leninism as the only truth could not, by its very nature, become outdated.

Membership

Member, Communist Party, since 1919.