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Wiener Library declassified UN archive about Holocaust
20:15, 21 April 2017
Wiener Library declassified UN archive about Holocaust

The archive includes materials relating to Holocaust and investigation of nazi crimes, collected by the Allies of World War II in the period from 1943 to 1949

20:15, 21 April 2017

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Wiener Library in London, which is one of the biggest and famous archives in the world, specializing in collection of data about Holocaust, has made available earlier classified archive of UN War Crimes Commission / UNWCC, according to the message, published on the library’s website.

According to the information, declassified archive includes lots of materials regarding Holocaust and investigation of nazi crimes, which were collected by the Allies of World War II in the period from 1943 to 1949.

Beyond that, archive contains lists of alleged war criminals, files of charges brought against them, minutes of meetings, reports, correspondence, trial transcripts and other related materials.

As it is noted, the collection of documents is provided by Wiener Library in digital version.

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