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They live on beans and porridge. There is no medical aid People die like flies. Problems with nutrition did arise, but they related to differences in national cuisines and customs: it was difficult to please everyone — Finns, Serbs, Americans Therefore, in October , they had to form a committee to develop a list of foods that would satisfy each colonist.
The money was spent on food, accommodation, laundry and other utilities. But with the introduction of tariff scale, this habit died out.
The Communal House was the center of life in the Colony. On the walls of the dining hall they posted information, fresh news, clippings from newspapers, and letters from America.
The refectory also served as a club: there were parties, people danced, a small amateur orchestra played music, enthusiasts staged performances.
Local residents were welcome, too: they learnt how to dance waltz and foxtrot and, in return, taught their foreign colleagues Russian dances.
The Colony had a wonderful German choir of 20 people and a children's dance group. They even put up "Cinderella" for the local children. Performances began after Many colonists visited the Russian theater that was located in Shcheglovsk on the left bank.
The theatre had seats, and the inflation was so high in that one ticket cost 6 million rubles. Foreign colonists took an active part in public life: they joined the Soviet trade unions; members of the Communist Party of America participated in the activities of the Siberian section of the Communist Party, they went as delegates to party conferences in Shcheglovsk, Tomsk and Petrograd.
The Babylonian confusion of languages was the source of much trouble. Since most of the colonists came from America, the language of international communication was English.
Rutgers was learning Russian and demanded the same from all Kuzbass specialists. One large room in the Communal House hosted a school for children who did not speak Russian.
Elsa Melmann, an experienced teacher with a California diploma, gave lesson to 45 kids of different ages and nationalities. Some of the foreign children attended Russian schools, where they quickly picked up Russian.
The Colony even gave English classes to the locals. The Kuzbass Colony paid scholarship to some of its members to study at the institutes of Tomsk and Leningrad, with obligatory summer intern at Kuzbass enterprises.
The colony even had a dormitory in Tomsk. On the second floor of the mine office they opened a library that had 3, books of various genres in different languages.
The locals could also use the library. The Kuzbass Bulletin published an appeal to Americans: "The New-York office will gladly accept periodicals you have already read.
We will ship them to Russia together with colonists who depart every two weeks, and our guys in the distant Siberia will sit down after a hard day to read the newspapers you no longer need.
Send them to us. We will also be grateful for newspapers in foreign languages: Russian, Bulgarian, Hungarian and Finnish.
Do not throw away your weekly newspapers and send them to "Kuzbass", cab. At all Kuzbass enterprises there were hospitals that served its employees and their family members.
The largest one was the hospital of Kemerovo Mine; it had 65 beds and 5 wards: general, surgical, infectious, gynecological and maternity.
The hospital staff consisted of 50 people, Russians and foreigners. Annually, the hospital conducted about major operations and more than 2 thousand minor ones.
The hospital had a first aid room at the coking plant. In the Southern region, the Colony hospital had 33 employees and the same wards as in Kemerovo.
The Colony purchased medical instruments and medicines abroad. The hospital in Kemerovo had an electric drill and an electric vacuum cleaner; in the Colony ordered three ambulances.
Kuzbass workers could get a sick leave. Doctors could visit patients at home, and there was a system of fines for a false call. The most common diseases at that time were rheumatism and pneumonia.
Due to frequent epidemics of smallpox, all Kuzbass workers were vaccinated. The Soviet Siberia wrote that there were more medicines in the main hospital of the Colony than in the entire Tomsk province, and its dental office was the best in Kuzbass.
In they started sending their people to the summer resorts of Siberia. There were many athletes among colonists, and they took an active part in sporting events and introduced their favorite sports to Siberians.
They organized baseball and football teams, started their own athletic club. The old church of the Kemerovo Mine was turned into a gym.
There were football matches between the teams of the mine and the chemical plant, between the Red Army soldiers and the colonists. In physical education was introduced in local secondary schools.
In the absence of PE instructors, Arne Palmgren, who was one of the most famous athletes of the Colony, was involved with schoolchildren.
Up to children participated in sports competitions held among miners' children. The competitions usually included a meter dash, basketball, high jumps and long jumps, triple jumps and a relay race.
The Colony did not just work hard, they also knew how to party. Christmas was an exception. Ruth Kennell recalled how she and her husband discussed whether it was OK to put a Christmas tree, which was considered a bourgeois remnant in the USSR.
Finally, they secretly brought one from the forest. But the main holiday in the colony was The First of May — state holiday dedicated to the international solidarity of working people.
The Colony saw it as its own holiday because the concepts of internationalism, solidarity, and cooperation acquired a special meaning in Kuzbass environment.
The festive demonstration of May 1, , was visited by 2, people who gathered in front of the main office building. Rutgers addressed them in such a way: "On behalf of the foreign members of the Kuzbass Colony, on behalf of those who came to help you build a new, socialist Kuzbass, on behalf of the proletarians of America, Canada, Poland, Holland, Finland and many other countries in Europe, I congratulate you with the holiday of international solidarity!
Less than a year ago the first tents of the colonists appeared here at the mine. Our work is just about to begin. Yet, some of you are not completely convinced that we are not bourgeois, not concessionaires, who have come here for profit.
We work on a par with you, and our profits are for your state, which is now ours as well. The only riches that we would like to take away from here are our unity, our friendship and the consciousness that we leave behind the smoking pipes of the plant and the revived, operating mines.
We want to give you our experience: capitalism used it to enrich itself and exploit the proletariat, but here it will help to work more efficiently and to live a better life!
After that, those who worked hardest received memorable gifts: a book by Russian author Demyan Bedny, a notebook, a pack of tea, or a pair of children's shoes.
The colonists enjoyed skiing and sleigh rides in winter, and in the summer they walked in the forest, picked berries and mushrooms, swam in the river.
On Sundays, they would often have picnics. Men were fond of hunting and fishing. By the mids, the Soviet government had lost interest in foreign industrial colonies because the hope for a world revolution had dwindled.
The Soviets decided to build socialism on their own. The special status of the Colony and the American technologies and management principles that it introduced proved incompatible with the increasing bureaucratization of the country.
Rutgers wrote that Moscow saw Kuzbass "as a Soviet state-owned enterprise that operates on the basis of American methods and, unfortunately , needs Americans.
December 22, , the Council for Labor and Defense decided that the project had outlived itself and terminated the contract with the Colony.
On June 20, , the Colony was liquidated. All the enterprises of the Kuzbass Colony entered the state-owned Kuzbassugol trust, and most foreigners returned home.
Only about 40 of former colonists decided to stay in the Soviet Union. And that was the end of the unique experiment to create a foreign working concession in the Soviet Union.
Sebald Rutgers wrote: "Now, when the industry of Russia is firmly on its feet, the colony no longer needs autonomy It was historically impossible to achieve more than we managed to And yet our experiment was a success.
It came with a high price. It will remain and will grow. We have demonstrated what the international solidarity of workers can do.
The experimental organization of the Kuzbass Autonomous Industrial Colony was the largest and most successful project of foreign workers in Soviet Russia.
It was a unique phenomenon in the domestic and world history. While the project demonstrated the utopianism of the idea of economic and social equality, it proved the efficiency of international teamwork.
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The International Industrial Organization operated in Kuzbass in — Lenin wrote in his address: - "America is the leader of those countries whose workers can help us, are helping now and will help.
Decree on Concessions The Civil war and the foreign military intervention completely undermined Soviet economy. Lenin V. Rutgers Team After the agreement had been signed, they formed an Organizing Committee, which included Rutgers, Calvert, Heywood, Barker, Bayer, Mann, and Watkins, each responsible for a particular direction.
Why Colony? The corporate seal of Kuzbass Like any other enterprise, the Kuzbass Autonomous Industrial Colony had a company stamp, but it was as unusual as the organization itself.
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