2 Typed Boris and Lech's entiere surnames (why just the initial ?)
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The documents were published by Federal Archive Agency (I hope this name translates so, in Russian it is Федеральное архивное агентство) of Russian Federation in April 2010 on personal order by Russian President, D. Medvedev.

They are available (in Russian) on this site: http://rusarchives.ru/publication/katyn/spisok.shtml

The documents were presented by B.Boris Yeltsin to L.Lech Wałęsa in 1992, however until 2010 considered as secret in Russia (source in Polish).

Also American documents are available on the NARA website. Some of them are CIA records. As far as I know they were published in September 2012.

On the website o Poland's Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) you can find (in Polish) editions that are called "Zeszyty Katyńskie" (Katyń Books). You can reach them directly from Polish Wikipedia (pdfs).

You might also want to check "Further reading" section of English Wikipedia.

The documents were published by Federal Archive Agency (I hope this name translates so, in Russian it is Федеральное архивное агентство) of Russian Federation in April 2010 on personal order by Russian President, D. Medvedev.

They are available (in Russian) on this site: http://rusarchives.ru/publication/katyn/spisok.shtml

The documents were presented by B. Yeltsin to L. Wałęsa in 1992, however until 2010 considered as secret in Russia (source in Polish).

Also American documents are available on the NARA website. Some of them are CIA records. As far as I know they were published in September 2012.

On the website o Poland's Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) you can find (in Polish) editions that are called "Zeszyty Katyńskie" (Katyń Books). You can reach them directly from Polish Wikipedia (pdfs).

You might also want to check "Further reading" section of English Wikipedia.

The documents were published by Federal Archive Agency (I hope this name translates so, in Russian it is Федеральное архивное агентство) of Russian Federation in April 2010 on personal order by Russian President, D. Medvedev.

They are available (in Russian) on this site: http://rusarchives.ru/publication/katyn/spisok.shtml

The documents were presented by Boris Yeltsin to Lech Wałęsa in 1992, however until 2010 considered as secret in Russia (source in Polish).

Also American documents are available on the NARA website. Some of them are CIA records. As far as I know they were published in September 2012.

On the website o Poland's Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) you can find (in Polish) editions that are called "Zeszyty Katyńskie" (Katyń Books). You can reach them directly from Polish Wikipedia (pdfs).

You might also want to check "Further reading" section of English Wikipedia.

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The documents were published by Federal Archive Agency (I hope this name translates so, in Russian it is Федеральное архивное агентство) of Russian Federation in April 2010 on personal order by Russian President, D. Medvedev.

They are available (in Russian) on this site: http://rusarchives.ru/publication/katyn/spisok.shtml

The documents were presented by B. Yeltsin to L. Wałęsa in 1992, however until 2010 considered as secret in Russia (source in Polish).

Also American documents are available on the NARA website. Some of them are CIA records. As far as I know they were published in September 2012.

On the website o Poland's Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) you can find (in Polish) editions that are called "Zeszyty Katyńskie" (Katyń Books). You can reach them directly from Polish Wikipedia (pdfs).

You might also want to check "Further reading" section of English Wikipedia.