An Essay on Archival Sources to Study the Soviet Army’s Response to the Holocaust
Keywords:Red Army, Holocaust, Soviet Union
This essay reflects on the sources that are available for the study of the Red Army’s encounter with the Holocaust. It discusses the accessibility of various archives in Russia and focusses on informational reports, a type of intelligence documents that the Soviet armed forces produced about the newly occupied territories.
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