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ArcheoBiblioBase: Archives in Russia: C-4Last update of repository: 9 June 2017
Tsentral'nyi arkhiv Ministerstva oborony RF (TsAMO)
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Archives of Russia (2000), pp. 290-92; Arkhivy Rossii (1997), pp. 231-33; CWIHP Bulletin, no. 1 (April 1992); G&K Spravochnik (1983), pp. 59-60; PKG M&L (1972), p. 256.
Currently there is no adequate description of the holdings.
c-70. Ramazashvili, Georgii Ramazovich. “Tsentral'nyi arkhiv Ministerstva oborony Rossiiskoi Federatsii: Problema dostupa k dokumentam.” Otechestvennye arkhivy, 2004, no. 2, pp. 70–75.
A discussion and analysis of legal access problems to TsAMO which deserves the attention of prospective researchers.
A brief presentation about the Historico-Archival and Military-Memorial Center established in 1991 under the General Staff. Although the Center no longer exists, the article briefly surveys holdings in the major military archives now under the Minstry of Defense with mention of their research and publication activities.
A brief, but now outdated account of work in the archive.
A brief presentation of the work of the archive, but with scant substantive description of the holdings.
c-74. Lebedev, V.G.; and Peregozhin, V.A. “Arkhiv Ministerstva oborony SSSR.” In Sovetskaia voennaia entsiklopediia, vol. 1, pp. 296–97. Moscow: Voennoe izd-vo Ministerstva oborony SSSR, 1976. (Lib: DLC; IU; MH).
Provides a brief characterization of the archival holdings.
A brief account of reference work in the archive relating to World War II.
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c-77. Germanskie dokumenty Pervoi Mirovoi voiny (TsAMO, fond 500, opis' 12519). Moscow, 2011–.
This collection received from the Military Scientific Directorate and the General Staff of the Military Forces of the USSR in 1953–1961(fond 500, opis' 12519, 465 folders, 1914–1918). It includes war operations record books, maps and schemas, personnel files, financial records and other documents.
Describes the experience of a German researcher with considerable annotations regarding files consulted from the records of the Administration for War and Mechanized Strength of the Red Army (fond 38), the Chief Artillery Administration of the Red Army (fond 81), and the Field Administration on the Northern (Leningrad) Front (fond 217).