"Everything to the aid of the disabled and the Red Army". All-Russian Committee for Aid to Sick and Wounded Red Army Men and War Disabled (VSEROKOMPOM), All-Russian Society for Aid to War Disabled, Sick, Wounded and Demobilized Red Army Men and Families of Persons Who Died in the War and Drafted into the Red Army and the Navy (VSEROOBPOM).The Committee for Aid to Sick and Wounded Red Army Men originates in October 1919, when the All-Russian Central Executive Committee adopted a regulation on its formation. In January 1922, the committee was renamed the All-Russian Committee for Aid to Sick and Wounded Red Army soldiers and war invalids.
In December 1924, a new regulation was approved, according to which the circle of persons to whom assistance was addressed was expanded - "the families of persons who died in the war". The abbreviation Vserokompom remains unchanged. Since July 1926, the regulations on the committee are changed again, and the list includes demobilized Red Army soldiers. In March 1930, the committee was reorganized into a society (VSEROOBPOM) under the People's Commissariat for Social Security of the RSFSR.
Committees (later - societies) acted in a number of union republics Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, etc. All issued signs, with the exception of "Aktivist" and "Udarnik" were intended for sale in order to raise funds for the tasks specified in the company's Regulations. The society ceased to exist in the mid-30s.
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