From a production standpoint the 2013 output plan for Vorkuta was around 6mnt (up from 5.
What does VKT stand for?
VKT stands for Vorkuta (Russia)
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- Vernon Kokanee Swim Club (Canada)
- Vereniging Klassieke Scherpe Jachten (Dutch: Sharp Classic Yacht Association)
- Vrouwelijke Katholieke Studerende Jeugd (Dutch)
- Visa Kunjungan Saat Kedatangan (Indonesian: Visa-Free Short Visit)
- Veer Kuer Singh University (India)
- Volunteer Kennesaw State University (Kennesaw State University; Kennesaw, GA)
- Valtions Kivaaritedhas
- Vehicle Kilometers Traveled
- Verlag Kommunistische Texte (German: Communist Text Publisher)
- VigorLegio Kombat Team (Turin, Italy)
- Valstybine Keliu Transporto Inspekcija (Lithuanian: State Road Transport Inspectorate; Lithuania)
- Vision Key Technology, Inc.
- Video Killed the Radio Star (Buggles song; first video played on MTV, 1981)
- Verband Kommunaler Unternehmen
- Vereinigung Kunstschaffender Unterfrankens (German: Association of Creative Artists of Lower Franconia; Wurzburg, Bavaria, Germany)
- Verkehrsgesellschaft Kreis Unna (German: Kreis Unna Transportation Company)
- Valley Korean United Methodist Church (California)
- Van Kampen Unit Trusts
- Vishesh Krishi Upaj Yojana (Indian trade law)
- Van Kampen Value (finance)
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Moreover, although sporadic, partisan resistance continued in the Carpathian mountains of Romania until the early 1960s, no major unrest had erupted earlier in Romania after World War II, particularly one forcing the communist leadership to implement reforms, unlike in East Germany and Czechoslovakia in 1953, in Poland in 1956, in the Russian Soviet Republic (Noril'sk and Vorkuta in 1953, Novoshakhtinsk and Kimovsk in 1955), in the Soviet Republic of Kazakhstan (Kengir in 1954, Ekibastuz in 1955), and Tbilisi, Georgia in March 1956.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Sergey Gagauzov from Children's Art School in Vorkuta, Russia, conducting a workshop on painting on silk and cotton.
In experiments near the Russian city of Vorkuta, Pertti Martikainen of the University of Kuopio in Finland and colleagues found that N2O leaked as a result of cryoturbation, a process that occurs when frozen soil is thawed and then refreezes.
Vorkuta is a name that should evoke the same detestation as Auschwitz, but there are few in the West who have heard of it or remember it.
The Mayor of Vorkuta, a town 1,200 miles north east of Moscow, has come up with a novel idea of making money.
CASE STUDIES OF THE INTRODUCTION OF WAGES--NORILSK AND VORKUTA To examine the impact of the introduction of wages at the camp level, we turn to the Norilsk corrective labour camp (Noril'lag) again.
Were it not for writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn we might never know of Soviet death camps like Magadan, Kolyma and Vorkuta.