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A closer look at the Soviet “Extraordinary State Commission”(ESC) which claimed to have investigated “Fascist Crimes” Part II

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By Wilfried Heink-

The second subchapter in the essay by Marina Sorokina is titled:

A Broad and Authoritative Public Committee, Not Bearing Any Official Character

The idea of creating a special public organ for the investigation of Nazi war crimes was raised in the USSR at the very beginning of World War II, although for a long time the Soviet leadership did nothing about it.” writes Sorokina.[1] Then on 6 August 1941, Iakov Semenovich Khavinson 28:

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