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The 6th session of the Forum on Preservation of Memory has collected more than 10 thousand views

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On December 5-6, 2020, the 6th session of the International Public Forum "Preserving the memory of World War II and the Great Patriotic War" was held at the "House of Friendship of the Leningrad Region" in St. Petersburg and the Museum "Road of Life" in Vsevolozhsk.


Forum organizers: Eurasian Peoples' Assembly, Eurasian Academy of Television and Radio, Digital History Research Foundation.

The live broadcast of the forum on December 5 gathered more than 10,000 views on the Digital History YouTube channel.


Forum participants were greeted by the Secretary General of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly, Doctor of Economics, Doctor of Political Science Andrey Belyaninov and director of the House of Friendship of the Leningrad Region Vladimir Mikhailenko.

The forum was moderated by Deputy Secretary General of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly, President of the Eurasian Academy of Television and Radio Valery Ruzin b> and Director of the Research Foundation "Digital History" Egor Yakovlev.

First During the day, 19 speakers made presentations at the forum:
  • Egor Yakovlev, Director of the Digital History Research Foundation
    The Hunger Plan and the meeting in Wewelsburg: to the origins of the plan of the Nazi genocide of the peoples of the USSR;
  • Nikita Lomagin, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor at the European University in St. Petersburg
    Leningrad in the plans of the Nazi command in 1941-1942;
  • Christian Gerlach, Doctor of History, Professor of Modern History at the University of Bern (Switzerland)
    Calculated deaths: extermination of the civilian population on the territory of Belarus;
  • Ksenia Chepikova, historian, PhD (Germany)
    Announcement of the collection "War of annihilation: documents". The publication will present documents on the Nazi extermination policy, translated into Russian for the first time and not previously introduced into domestic scientific circulation;
  • Ksenia Sak, Candidate of Historical Sciences, Leading researcher at the House of Russian Abroad
    Unrecorded and Forgotten: Raped Women in the Soviet Occupied Territories;
  • Alexander Dyukov, historian, director of the Historical Memory Foundation ”, Researcher at the Institute of Russian History of the Russian Academy of Sciences
    Punitive operations of the Nazi invaders on the territory of the USSR in 1942-1943;
  • Bair Irincheev, historian , Director of the Military Museum of the Karelian Isthmus
    War crimes of the Finnish troops during the Second World War;
  • Yuri Palamarchuk, Head of the Representation of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly in Leningradskaya Regions (Russia), President of the Regional Public Organization "Council for Interethnic Cooperation"
    Project "Road of Life - Road of Military Glory";
  • Mussalam Sheato, Head of the Russian-Arab Center (St. Petersburg, Russia);
  • Alexander Uzhanov, Director of the Institute of Social of Memory (Moscow, Russia), Associate Professor at MGIMO MFA of Russia, Candidate of Sociological Sciences
    International project "The Motherland of a Feat - the Motherland of a Hero";
  • Dalbir Singh, Co-Chairman of the General Council of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly, National Secretary of the Indian National Congress (India)
    Consequences and lessons of the Second World War;
  • Mikhail Aminjanov , public figure, grandson of the chief prosecutor from the USSR at the Nuremberg trials, Roman Rudenko Sci., Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Moscow State University
    The Nuremberg trials: the view of a criminologist;
  • Aleksey Isaev, Candidate of Historical Sciences
    Politics « scorched earth" during the retreat of the Wehrmacht;
  • Alexander Zdanovich, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Lieutenant General of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation
    Kharkov and Krasnodar trials of Nazi criminals;
  • Layla Akhmetova, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor of Kazakh National University. al-Farabi (Almaty, Kazakhstan)
    Preserving the memory of the Panfilov division. 2017-2020;
  • Jurijus Trakshelis, Chairman of the NGO "Institute of Military Heritage" (Lithuania)
    International Patriotic Project "Memory" on creation of a video registry (chronicle) of Soviet military graves and memorable places on the territory of the republics of the former USSR and the European Union in History, Deputy Chairman of the Society of Historians of Uzbekistan
    The experience of perpetuating historical memory in modern Uzbekistan;
  • Dmitry Lyukshin, Associate Professor, Kazan Federal University
    < i>Russian students in the battles for Victory: mobile defense in the fields of historical memory
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Recall, the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly, together with partners of the Eurasian Academy of Television and Radio and the Digital History Research Foundation ”, holds the forum for the sixth time. First held within the framework of the XV Sevastopol International Festival of Documentary Films and TV Programs "WIN TOGETHER" in May 2019, the forum was continued at the Baku Slavic University in October 2019 with the support of the Ministry of Culture of Azerbaijan and the Russian Center for Science and Culture, in February 2020 - held in Yalta as part of the international scientific conference "Yalta-1945: Lessons of History", June 17, 2020 was held online with the participation of experts from 15 countries, and in early September 2020 - in the city of Sevastopol.

Sessions of the International Public Forum "Preserving the memory of the Second World War and the Great Patriotic War" is part of the international megaproject of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly "We won together for the sake of peace".

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About the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly

The Eurasian Peoples' Assembly is an international non-governmental organization that aims to form a social integration model in the name of approved promoting peace and harmony through the development of multilateral cooperation and public (people's) diplomacy. At present, the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly unites representatives of more than 40 countries.

About the Megaproject "We won together - for the sake of peace"

Megaproject of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly "We won together - in the name of peace" the name of the world" - these are international public forums for the preservation of historical memory of the Second World War and the Great Patriotic War; Sevastopol International Festival of Documentary Films and TV Programs “We Won Together”, international commemorative events in honor of the significant events of World War II and the Great Patriotic War and other events. Information and news of the Megaproject - in a special section.

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