From the history of the prosecutor's office of Russia
Bystrov, Maria Nikolaevna
From the history of the Russian Prosecutor's Office: an information and methodical webinar for centers for remote access to the resources of the Presidential Library / [speaker and project curator: Maria Bystrov, deputy head of the Presidential Library User Service Department]; Presidential Library, [User Service Department]. - Electronic data (1 video file). St. Petersburg: Presidential Library, 2018. - Systems. Requirements: 1 GHz PC or higher; RAM 512 MB or higher; Windows OS; Windows Media Player; video adapter; sound card. Access mode: Internet portal of the Presidential Library. Screen title. Duration: 23 min. 21 s. Color, Multimedia electronic edition. Users are not allowed to copy. On January 23, 2018, the Presidential Library’s User Service Department held a thematic webinar "From the History of the Prosecutor’s Office of Russia" . The event was devoted to a review of the electronic materials of the Presidential Library related to the emergence and development of prosecution authorities in Russia. The review prepared by M. N. Bystrovoy presents various legislative acts, archival materials, portraits of the procurator-general and justice ministers, as well as scientific studies that show how the organization, powers and order of activities changed for nearly three centuries. prosecutors. Separately identified Soviet periodicals and brochures from which citizens of the USSR learned about the structure of the court, their rights and obligations. For example, such publications as "The Peasant and the Soviet Court," "The Structure of the Soviet Court," "The Court is Going," and others. In addition, there are recommendations for finding materials in the electronic reading room.
I. Presidential Library (St. Petersburg). Information and methodical webinar "From the history of the Russian prosecutor's office." Ii. Presidential Library (St. Petersburg). Customer Service Department. Presidential Library. B. N. Yeltsin (St. Petersburg, city) - Funds - Multimedia publications. 2. The people (collection). 3. Power (collection). 4. Prosecutor's Office - History - Russia - Multimedia publications. 5. Video lectures.