The New York prosecutor’s office requested that General Yudenich’s stolen diary be returned to the university.
WASHINGTON, March 29 – RIA Novosti. The New York prosecutor’s office has filed a lawsuit demanding the seizure of a Russian general’s diary stolen from an American university and other materials related to the First World War and the revolutionary period in Russia.
“The US Attorney for the Southern District of New York announced today that it has filed a civil action seeking the seizure of various World War I-era documents: letters, photos of the Russian military, the diary of a Russian general, the US Department of Justice, in a statement posted on its website.
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The prosecutor demands the confiscation of the documents to be returned to the American university where the documents were stolen.
It became clear that we are talking about the diary of Nikolai Yudenich, the prominent military leader of the Russian Empire and the white movement, and other documents sent to the auction house in Paris for auction in April 2018. It was noted that the curator of the auction house withdrew the documents because no confirmation was provided as to the authenticity and origin of the documents. It was not reported who committed the theft and who sent the supplies to Paris.
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