KGB documents on line, welcome to the Baltics!

September 4, 2007 at 10:34 am 2 comments

KGB documents on lineFrom now on the interested in the secret KGB past can read the organisation’s documents on line.  The Baltic historians decided to publish the KGB documents on line already last year, hence the site was launched yesterday.

The site is also planning to publish articles in English to counter the Russian propaganda –  ‘The historians from the three countries have always been annoyed by Russian propaganda that there had never been any occupation of any of the three Baltic States.’

As you will see a lot of the site is still under construction but it has a great potential for the historians, and people who are interested in the darkest pages of the history of the Soviet occupation of the Baltic states.

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Entry filed under: Baltic States, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Northern Europe, Politics, Russia, Terrorism, Totalitarian regimes.

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