- Red Army Military Law Academy
Red Army Military Law Academy (later Soviet Army Military Law Academy) (Russian: Военно-юридическая академия Красной Армии (Совеской Армии)) (November 5, 1939-May 18, 1956 was formed on the base of the Military Law Department of the All-Union Law Academy.
It was transformed into the Military Law Department of the Military Political Academy, eventually inherited by the Russian Federation Defense Ministry Military University.
- RF DM Military academy website (Russian)
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