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INTERNATIONAL CONDEMNATION OF NAZISMOver 43,000,000 people became victims of war crimes

Officials

Vladimir PUTIN, President of the Russian Federation,
"We never divided the victory into ours and someone else's"
Sergey Shoigu, Russian Defense Minister,
Eyes to the Victory!

History and Modernity

Valery IVANOV,
Revival of Nazism in Europe
Valery ASRIYAN,
Battle of monuments: Combating war memories
Valery Moshev,
A story of turncoats. Traitors that became heroes.
WORLD CELEBRATES VICTORY
Viktor Shestakov,
Sevastopol: the Sacred Symbol of Russia

Great Patriotic War

THE GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR, 1941 - 1945
BATTLE OF MOSCOW, December 1941
Vladimir Shepel, Director of Archive Of the Kazakh President,
Kazakhstan’s arsenal for the frontline
STALINGRAD, November 1942
BATTLE OF KURSK, July 1943
BATTLE OF THE DNIPER, Fall 1943
«OPERATION BAGRATION», Summer 1944
The Sons of the Transcaucasus on the Fronts of the Great Patriotic War
TAJIKISTAN'S FORGE OF VICTORY
MANAS DESCENDANTS IN THE BATTLE AGAINST NAZISM
ULUGBEK'S SUCCESSORS IN THE GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR
TURKMEN WARRIORS IN THE BOOK OF PEOPLE
Tatiana Kunina,
Deadly Fight for Pushkin
BLOCKADE OF LENINGRAD, September 1941 - January 1944
LIBERATION OF EUROPE, 1944 - 1945
THE BATTLE OF BERLIN, Spring 1945
RESCUE OF PRAGUE, May 1945
Vladimir Gall,
Spandau Fortress Gave in without Struggle…
VICTORY PARADE IN MOSCOW, June 24, 1945
LIBERATION OF MANCHURIA, August 1945
ORDER OF VICTORY
VICTORY WEAPONS
 
Juvenile prisoners of a concentration camp liberated by Soviet
troops, February 1945

Juvenile prisoners of a concentration camp liberated by Soviet troops, February 1945

The charged Nazi criminals at the Nuremberg Trial, 1945

The charged Nazi criminals at the Nuremberg Trial, 1945

A total of 632,253 residents of Leningrad died of hunger
during the city’s blockade

A total of 632,253 residents of Leningrad died of hunger during the city’s blockade

Investigation of war crimes by Japanese aggressors
at the Tokyo process, 1946

Investigation of war crimes by Japanese aggressors at the Tokyo process, 1946

The Nuremberg process (November 20, 1945 – October 1, 1946) – the first international trial in history that ruled aggression was the gravest crime. The tribunal punished as criminals the state figures guilty of preparing, unleashing and waging aggressive wars, justly and deservedly punishing the organizers and perpetrators of the criminal plans to exterminate millions of innocent people, subdue and expose to genocide entire nations, and the organizers of the Holocaust.

The history of international criminal law started from the Nuremberg process. The principles fixed in the Charter of the Nuremberg Tribunal were soon confirmed by decisions of the UN General Assembly as generally recognized principles of international law. The International Military Tribunal, by its guilty verdict passed down to key Nazi criminals, recognized aggression as the gravest international crime.

The Nuremberg process was followed by a trial of Japanese military criminals in Tokyo.

In postwar years, the deserved punishment in many European countries was given to Nazis’ associates guilty of killing civilians, torturing and victimizing concentration camp prisoners.

 

Heroic Pages

Brest Fortress Defenders
Heroes of the Panfilov Division
The medal of the Hero of the Soviet Union
Defense of Sevastopol
The Feat of Alexander Matrosov
12 Soviet Hero cities

Allied Effort

THE FIRST VICTIMS OF WAR
THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE UNITED NATIONS
14 GREAT VICTORIES
ALLIED ASSISTANCE AND SUPPORT
WWII ALLIES
ALLIES IN IRAN, 1941 – 1945
RESISTANCE MOVEMENT
THE NORMANDIE-NIEMEN AIR REGIMENT
BROTHERHOOD OF ARMS
Victory in Afghanistan
COALITION THAT UNITED THE WORLD
ELBE DAY
PACIFIC VICTORY
Zhu De, Marshal “Red Virtue”
INTERNATIONAL CONDEMNATION OF NAZISM
RUSSIA REMEMBERS AND MOURNS: THE PRICE OF VICTORY