Sergey GOLUNSKY, USSR Dipl. Doctor of Law; Professor, Moscow University, since 1954; corresponding member, USSR Academy of Science; Envoy, Class I, since 1948. Member, Communist Party, since 1941.
GOLUNSKY, Sergey was born in 1895.
1917 graduated Law Faculty, Moscow University. 1919 postgrad, course at same.
Participated in work of various international conferences and meetings: 1943 adviser, Moscow Conference of Deleg. of United States of America, Britain, USSR and China. 1944 at Dumbarton Oaks (United States of America) at conference of Government representative from United States of America, USSR and Britain to work out proposals for formation of UNO. 1945 at San Francisco Conference to set up United Nations.
1945 at Yalta Conference of heads of Government of United States of America, USSR and Britain. 1945 Adviser at Potsdam Conference. 1946-1948 State Prosecutor for USSR at international trial of Japanese war criminals in Tokyo.
1954 expert at Berlin Conference of Foreign Minister of United States of America, USSR, England and France. Since 1956 member, since 1958 V. President, USSR Association, for Cooperation with the United Nations. 1923-1939 worked in procurator’s office.
1939-1943 acad. work at USSR Academy of Science and head of chair at Military Law Academy. 1943-1945 expert consultant in Treaty Deputy, USSR Popular Commissariat of Foreign Affairs. 1945-1952 head of same Treaty Dept, and board member, USSR Minister of Foreign Affairs.
1952-1953 member, United Nations International Court.
Religion is an instrument of the ruling classes to instill in the masses the religious conviction that their current suffering will lead to eventual happiness.
Member, Communist Party, since 1941.
Communist party could initiate policies in the name of the society because it knows what the best is for its progress and development.