Didziulis Karolis, until 1940 Grosman 19 08 1894Mandeikiai (Radviliskis county) 24 May 1958Vilnius, Lithuanian Soviet figure. Since 1919 he has been involved in the illegal activities of the Lithuanian Communist Party (LCP). 1920–21 Head of the Transport (Illegal Literature) Division of the LCP Central Committee. In 1922-23, 1928-33 and 1936-40, he was imprisoned for anti-state communist activities. 1925 graduated from the Western National Minorities Communist University in Moscow. From 1925 he was the responsible organizer of Panevezys and Siauliai districts of the LCP Central Committee. Member of the Political Bureau of the LCP Central Committee since 1927, member of the secretariat of the LCP Committee in 1927-28 and 1934-35. On June 06, 1940, after the USSR occupation of Lithuania, there were in 1940 the so - called People 's Government (People' s Government) ) (with ministerial rights) to Vilnius and the Vilnius Region, 1940-41 - head of the Agricultural Division of the LCP Central Committee. 1940-47 Supreme Soviets of the LSSR Vice-President of the Presidium.

He lived in Russia during World War II from 1941 to 1944. In 1945 he was a commissioner of the LSSR People's Commissars 'Council and the LCP Central Committee for the confiscation of deportees' property in Trakai and Kretinga counties. 1947-58 Chairman of the Supreme Court of the LSSR. Involved in Soviet repression. Law participants of Lithuanian anti-Soviet resistance; On 25 September 1957, the Supreme Court led by him led to the death of A. Ramanauskas, commander of the Lithuanian Partisan Armed Forces (nickname Vanagas). 1927-58 Member of the LCP Central Committee. 1940-58 LSSR, 1954-58 Deputy of the USSR Supreme Council.

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