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Во время войны тысячи ростсельмашевцев уходили добровольцами на фронт, их места у станков занимали жены, сестры, дети. Цеха предприятия быстро перестраивались на выпуск военной продукции. 

Когда немецкие войска были уже на подступах к Ростову, ростсельмашевцы выпускали продукцию для фронта и одновременно возводили оборонительные сооружения и бомбоубежища. 13 октября 1941 года коллективу Ростсельмаша был дан приказ начать демонтаж оборудования и отправку его в Ташкент.

23 февраля, на 10-й день освобождения стали работать первые 33 станка Ростсельмаша. Одновременно развернулась подготовка и по выпуску военной продукции, организован ремонт танков, тракторов, автомашин. Для восстановления завода пришлось расчистить 150 тысяч кубометров завалов, уложить 21 млн. кирпичей, 37 тысяч кубометров бетона, смонтировать 8 тысяч тонн металлоконструкций, уложить 185 тысяч кубометров кровли. За короткое время было введено в действие 145 тысяч кв. м. производственных площадей.

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