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June 15, 2019 Off By Ruben Harper
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There were about a thousand among the workers. women and two thousand teenagers. 3,5 thousand people were laborers paid by day. The craftsmenwere considered qualified and a better off category, their work was paid by the piece. Average earnings at the Bryansk plant was 3 rubles a day13. workers rented apartments from the factory, others lived in barracks, family barracks or in their own homes on the land rented from the factory.

During the war years, the Bryansk plant was almost entirely occupied by military orders, making artillery shells. His workers used deferment of mobilization. In 1915, when the economic situation worsened with each month, and the salary remained unchanged during 350 people left the factory for weeks, and went back to work 
only 150 people. The craftsmen went to work in other cities, in mainly to Petersburg, where wages were twice as high15.

 From the second half of 1916because of a shortage of materials, workers were often left without work16. From February 6, 1917, the Bryansk Plant stopped at 3/4 due to lack of coal.The production of shells was completely stopped. In Bolkhov, from the 17th century, there was a traditional tannery. 
production. During World War I, the Bolkhovsk tanners in were largely engaged in the manufacture of soldiers’ boots for intendance, working at fixed rates the Ministry of Commerce and industry and centrally supplied with raw materials, as in the free there was practically no market. Workers Bolkhov enterprises also enjoyed a deferment of mobilization.

In Yelets and Livny in the first decade of the twentieth century. took shape developed flour production. Mills worked mainly on imported grain, 1/3 of products was consumed inside the province, the res exported beyond its borders17. Due to a sharp reduction in grain supplies there were problems with his grinding in the Oryol province. By the end of 1916 from Of the eight Yelets mills, there were three.