ARCHIVES’ DATA ON SOVIET PRISONERS OF WAR AND MEMORIALS IN NORWAY
The author raises the issue on relevance of international search for the names of killed persons during the Second World War, as well as provides information on the archives of Norway. The article deals with the presence of Soviet prisoners of war in Norway during 1941–1945 and the problem of searching for the names of the dead and buried prisoners in this territory. The author analyzes access to the electronic database on the names and places of burial of Soviet prisoners through the archival centers in Norway. This paper stresses the humanitarian role of Norwegian researchers in finding names and burial places of the thousands of Soviet prisoners of war.
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