This talk will explore the Soviet role in the Nuremberg Trials along with questions of historical memory and identity. It will look at the powerful proof that the Soviet prosecution and Soviet witnesses presented of the Holocaust. And it will ask why this Soviet contribution at Nuremberg (along with other Soviet contributions to the International Military Tribunal) is frequently overlooked or even forgotten.
Cosponsored by the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies and the Center for Jewish Studies at Harvard University.
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