Bust Makarov AM
Bust of Alexander Makarov Maksimovic is located in Dnepropetrovsk on the street workers. This is the upper part of the long street, large crowns Aviation Plant, which for many years headed the Makarov. The memorial bust can be found a few hundred meters away in the cozy town square near the recreation center "Mechanical Engineers". The institution is still on the balance sheet at the Southern Machine-Building Plant, where he worked Alexander Maksimovic.
Hero of the Soviet Union
Born in 1906 in the family priest of the Don, a young Makarov was studying in the Rostov region and a long way from an ordinary worker to the head of the plant. In 1940, he was sentenced to 8 years in prison because of the large number of marriages in the factory (still unclear facts about the appearance of marriage and its relation to Makarov). Exactly two years later he set free, and he begins a career from the ground mechanic. Within 6 years, having a hell of prison, and during World War II, Makarova sent to Dnepropetrovsk . Here he quickly reaches a height and in 1960 headed the largest and most important plant of the USSR.
Southern Machine-Building Plant after the Second World War - the most strategically important factory of all the republics of the Soviet Union. He is so called because of the geographic location as a modern Ukraine was considered the south of the USSR.
Since the 1950s, the best minds and talents of engineering directed at this plant to develop the aviation and space industry. In order to get a job here, in the Dnepropetrovsk University opened a few specialties. All of them were classified, the students were not even allowed to take notes with you to the house. This is all done to ensure complete data security. The plant has a large area of shops and computer centers, some of which are based in the ground.
Makarov was director of strategic giant in the most important time for the country - the first manned flight into space. Modern Dnepropetrovsk proudly preserves the memory of the merits of the hero in a street named after him, as well as plans to rename one of the avenues named Makarov.