The journalism of the Moscow state University transferred to the state archives unique documents in the Nuremberg trials

© RIA to Novoshepelychi in photomontage meeting of the International military Tribunal during the Nuremberg trials. Archival photoThe journalism of the Moscow state University transferred to the state archives unique documents in the Nuremberg trials© RIA to Novoshepelychi the image Bank

The journalism faculty of Moscow University. M. V. Lomonosov donated to the Russian state archive (RGASPI) a unique collection of documents on the Nuremberg trials, which belonged to the teacher of Moscow state University, who worked as a Secretary of the Soviet part of the Nuremberg International military Tribunal, told RIA Novosti in the press service of the faculty.

«The journalism faculty of Moscow state University donated RGASPI a unique collection of documents on the Nuremberg process», — stated in the message.

As explained by press service, the archive of journalism received the documents as a gift from the Professor, Department of Ninel Vannikova and her husband, a teacher of philological faculty of Moscow state University Konstantin Surinova that in 1945-1947 worked as simultaneous interpreter and later Secretary of the Soviet part of the Nuremberg International military Tribunal.

«For many years he collected books and publications about the Nuremberg trials. In addition, specialists RGASPI interested in handwritten documents folder with drafts and translations of texts with notes Surinova, his notes and explanations,» — said in the Department.

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