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Early History of Soviet Power Declassified in St. Petersburg
26.04.2013 11:11
Early History of Soviet Power Declassified in St. Petersburg

Exhibition Gallery of the St. Petersburg State Archives will host the exhibition Declassified History.

      The exhibition is timed to the 20th anniversary since adoption of the law On State Secret and is designed for general public.

      The exhibition is based on materials provided by The Central State Archive of Historical and Political Documents of St. Petersburg. This former party archive was always surrounded with a secrecy aura. Most of the documents of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the All-Union Leninist Young Communist League keep secrecy labels and so access to them is limited. The Archive is carrying out purposeful work on preparing archival documents for declassification by the Interdepartmental Expert Commission under the Governor of St. Petersburg.

The exhibition will run at the address 39, Tavricheskaya Street till May 31, 2013.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Red Terror Classified Documents Exhibitions in St. Petersburg   

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