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On February 25, a round table on the Nazi genocide will be held

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live broadcast of the round table on the theme "Nazi genocide: new documents and materials" will be held on February 25, 2021 from 13:00 (Moscow time) from the International Multimedia Press Center "Russia Today".


  • Andrey BELYANINOV, Secretary General of the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly;
  • Egor YAKOVLEV, Director of the Digital History Research Foundation;
  • President of the Eurasian Academy of Television and Radio Valery RUZIN;
  • Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor Alexander ZDANOVICH;
  • public figure Mikhail ARIFJANOV;
  • journalist, writer, head of the Nuremberg. The Beginning of the World” by Natalia OSIPOVA.

This year marks the 75th anniversary of the completion of the Nuremberg trials, which, on behalf of the world community, justly condemned the crimes of Nazi Germany. However, even today we are witnessing the discovery of Nazi crimes against humanity that do not have a statute of limitations. For the first time, documents of the Nazi leadership on the preparation of the mass extermination of citizens of the USSR were published in Russian. This publication opens a large project "Immortal Memory", within the framework of which it is planned to identify and digitize the entire array of data on Nazi crimes against citizens of the USSR, deposited in foreign archives. The project will also include materials made public after the completion of the work of the International Nuremberg Tribunal. There is a need to move from defensive actions to a firm defense of public interests and the truth about the meaning and significance of the Great Victory, active opposition to the distortion of historical facts.

The event is supported by the project "Nuremberg. The Beginning of the World." By the memorable date, RIA Novosti launched a multimedia educational project "Nuremberg. The Beginning of the World." The project is based on first-person testimony. The creators, RIA Novosti and a group of research journalists, work with materials from the main Russian and foreign archives and foundations that study the legacy of Nuremberg. Among the documents are unique archival and museum evidence, photographs, cartoons, photo and video materials. Project website:

Please note that in order to minimize the risks of the spread of coronavirus, all events are held online.

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