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The Central Naval Museum (TSVMM) named after Emperor Peter the Great, located in St. Petersburg, presented the first exhibition in 2022 “Naval prosecutors on guard of the law”, dedicated to the 300th anniversary of the domestic military and naval prosecutor’s office – bodies created in order to exercise on behalf of the state the highest supervision over the observance of legislation, rights and freedoms in relation to military personnel.

The creation of the exhibition required a lot of effort from the entire staff of the museum. They managed to integrate into a coherent exhibition concept materials not only from the TsVMM funds, but also provided by other organizations.

Director of the Department of Culture of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation Artem Gorny emphasized that many of the military cultural institutions have prepared their exhibitions for the 300th anniversary of the Russian Prosecutor’s Office. Each of them is distinguished by its unique originality and contains unique artifacts, which will serve as an incentive for a more in-depth study of the history of the military prosecutor’s office, which made a significant contribution to the observance of the rule of law, the rights and freedoms of military personnel.

The following people took part in creating the exhibition project: the Prosecutor’s Office of the Western Military District, the Military Medical Museum, the State Museum of the History of St. Petersburg, the State Museum of Political History of Russia, the Military History Museum of the Pacific Fleet, the Russian State Historical Archive, the Russian State Archive of the Navy, the Archive of the Marine Fleet – Branch of the Central Archive of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.

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