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Pahom Makarenko

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Pahom Makarenko (1904-1983) - a prominent worker of the maritime industry, the Chief of three major ports, including Odesa, the Head of the Black Sea Shipping Company. He was awarded with two Orders of Lenin, two Orders of the Red Banner of Labor, other government awards.

 

P.Makarenko was born in a family of a laborer. Having lost his father early, together with sister was determined in an orphanage. At the age of 15 he entered the merchant navy, became a cabin bo onboard a m/v "Svet". For almost 10 years he sailed on various ships and then he entered Odesa Marine College. In 1932 Makarenko graduated from college and sailed as a mate on the ships of Black Sea Shipping Company.

 

In April 1939 P.Makarenko was appointed the Head of port of Odesa. The War has found him on this position.

 

Under the leadership of Pachom Makarenko was carried perfect evacuation of Odesa defense units to the Crimea in the first half of October 1941.

After the liberation of Odessa, P.Makarenko was appointed the Head of the Black Sea Shipping Company. In conditions of ongoing war he began restoration of ports, first of all the port of Odessa.

 

In 1961-1962 he led the port of Illichevsk, after that he was a captain on the ships "Vasily Golovin", "Kostroma", etc. Retires in 1964.

 

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