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Table 5 (part a, part b, part c)
Data about the social status of the repressed people in the
sphere of their occupations, professions and jobs.
(On the basis of data in "Odessa Martyrology" for 33012 people)

(c) Occupations, Professions, or Jobs

Total Number of Repressed People
%
In that Number within the Years
1919-1930
1931-1940
1941-1952

Court, procurator's office, legal profession, notaries

166
100
14
127
20

Judges, public procurators, lawyers, and notaries

123
74.1
10
94
17

Technical personnel

43
25.9
4
33
3

Army, Special Committee, Police and others

2301
--
--
--
--

Military Personnel

1918
100
123
784
1011

In that number command staff

394
20.5
28
210
156

Employees of the Special Committee, Counter Espionage Directorate, and Internal Affairs

91
--
4
57
30

Employees of the police, military guard, and firefighters

213
--
19
137
57

Former employees of the Rumanian police

79
--
1
68
10

Authority and government

1098
100
48
899
149

Employees of authoritative party organs

198
18.0
6
181
11

Employees of authoritative soviet organs

114
10.4
3
102
7

Employees of governmental organs (directorates, departments, trusts, committees)

786
71.6
39
616
131

No profession or place of work

3621
100
628
2011
982

Unskilled workers

473
13.1
32
338
103

Unemployed

1967
54.3
474
997
496

Housewives

822
22.7
97
441
284

Pensioners

262
7.2
23
188
51

Prisoners

97
2.7
2
47
48

Notes: Data on the social status of 472 people was missing. Prisoners are those that were repressed a second time while they were in jail or in a forced labor camp.

Translator's Note: The 'Special Committee' above is the predecessor organization to the KGB, sometimes called the Cheka.