Katyn Forest Massacre Project

The National Declassification Center (NDC) led a multi-agency project to identify and review for declassification records relating the Katyn Forest Massacre.  This effort resulted in the release of more than 1000 new pages of material not previously released to the public.  The opening was announced on September 10, 2012 during an event at The Capitol Visitors Center.  A link to the new web page describing this release is posted below.  http://www.archives.gov/research/foreign-policy/katyn-massacre/ 

Any additional Katyn-related documents identified in the future will be expedited for release and notice will be posted on this blog.

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3 Responses to Katyn Forest Massacre Project

  1. Anita Andreasian says:

    Thank you for finally finding the courage. This has been long overdue and awaited.


  2. Thomas Kruski says:

    Thank you for the efforts of the NDC to make these records available. Let the truth be known.


  3. Carrie Goeringer says:

    This is great to see so much evidence of the truth and so well presented and organized. Thanks for your efforts.


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