All Russian World War I Documents Available OnlineBreaking News
More than 300,000 documents from Russian military archives on World War I have been made available online, a senior archivist said Monday.
The archival military records have been digitized and entered into a database on the website of the Military Historical Archive, said Andrei Artizov, head of the Federal Archive Agency.
"Not a single record is being kept secret," Artizov said, Interfax reported. "Access it from Paris, Vilnius, Warsaw — wherever you want."
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