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In the club of the motorized rifle regiment of the combined arms army of the Eastern Military District (VVO) in Primorye, the opening of the photographic documentary exhibition “No statute of limitations” took place. The collections include more than 5000 documents from 80 federal, regional, municipal and departmental archives.

Historical unique archival documents from the times of the Great Patriotic War about life during this period can be seen not only by military personnel, but also by members of their families, as well as students of educational institutions of Ussuriysk.

The goal of the No Statute of Limitations project is to preserve the historical memory of the tragedy of the civilian population of the USSR – victims of war crimes by the Nazis and their accomplices during the Great Patriotic War, to establish the circumstances of newly revealed crimes against civilians, covering all the occupied regions of the country.

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