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I'm looking for a document used by the Soviet prosecution during the Nuremberg Tribunal in 1946. In the printed volume from the IMT, it is identified as "USSR-62", "Protest addressed to the International Red Cross in January 1942 by members of the German Army".
However, this document is not reproduced in the acts of the Trial. Actually, just a few of the documents brought forward by the Russians are reproduced.
Have you got any idea where to find this USSR-62 in Soviet sources? If anyone is familiar with Red Cross archives, it could help too.
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Протест немецких военнопленных против зверского обращения германских властей с советскими военнопленными. Январь 1942 года. Международному комитету Красного Креста. Женева (Швейцария)