The revolutionary summer of 1940 in Estonia by Olaf Kuuli

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Published by Perioodika in Tallinn .

Written in English

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  • Estonia

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  • Estonia -- History -- Soviet occupation, 1940-1941.

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StatementOlaf Kuuli ; [translated from Estonian by Mai Käppa].
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDK511.E6 K78
The Physical Object
Pagination34 p., [8] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages34
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4219649M
LC Control Number80499431

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In the summer of the occupation of Estonia was carried through as a regular military operation. men, supported by tanks were concentrated for the invasion into Estonia.

5 divisions of the Soviet Air Force with aircraft blockaded the whole Baltic air space against Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia. The Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic was renamed as the Republic of Estonia on 8 May The independence of the Republic of Estonia was re-established on 20 August during the Soviet coup d'état attempt the following year and the Soviet Union itself recognized the independence of Estonia on 6 September Capital: Tallinn.

In April Germany invaded Denmark and Norway and started its offensive against the Benelux countries and France. In mid-June, when the Wehrmacht was about to march into Paris and the world’s attention was focused on this event, the Soviet Union threatened Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania with military action and presented them with an ultimatum, demanding they.

Estonia (Estonian: Eesti ()), officially the Republic of Estonia (Estonian: Eesti Vabariik), is a country on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea in Northern is bordered to the north by the Gulf of Finland with Finland on the other side, to the west by the Baltic Sea with Sweden on the other side, to the south by Latvia ( km), and to the east by Lake Peipus and Russia ( Calling code: + This book details the story of the Baltic Republics' quest to leave the Soviet Union.

The three republics, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania were occupied by the Soviets and entered into the Union following WWII. For them, WWII did not end until the Bolsheviks were cast out in This book is essentially a firsthand account of the by: In the rigged Riigivolikogu election, the Communist Party ran within the Estonian Working People's Union bloc.

Merger with the CPSU. In EKP was merged into the All-Union Communist Party (bolsheviks). The territorial organization of the AUCP(b) in the Estonian SSR became known as Communist Party of Estonia (bolsheviks) (EK(b)P).Ideology: Communism, Marxism-leninism.

Books set in Estonia: [No Rest for the Wicked, Puhdistus, Mees, kes teadis ussisõnu, The Compromise, Rehepapp ehk november, Tõde ja õigus I.

Occupied by German troops during much of World War II, Estonia was retaken by Soviet forces inwho, as inkilled or deported thousands of Estonians. Collectivization of agriculture and nationalization of industry began in the late s, and the Estonian economy was steadily integrated with that of the USSR despite strong resistance.

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The occupation of the Baltic states involved the military occupation of the three Baltic states—Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania—by the Soviet Union under the auspices of the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact in June They were then annexed into the Soviet Union as constituent republics in Augustthough most Western powers and nations never.

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Estonia declared itself neutral, and did not take any defensive measures. At the end of Septemberthe Soviet Union forced the Baltic countries to sign pacts of mutual the fate of Poland only too obvious, the governments of the Baltic countries gave in to the pressure exerted by the Soviet Union, despite the willingness of the army and the civil population to fight.

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The term was coined by an Estonian activist and artist, Heinz Valk, in an article. The Baltic states and the Russo-Finnish War, – The war in the west, September –June The invasion of Norway. The invasion of the Low Countries and France.

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Tammsaare, Mees, kes teadis ussisõnu by Andrus Kivirähk, Rehepapp ehk november by Andrus Kivirähk, The. - The Soviet Union compels Estonia to accept Soviet military bases. June - Soviet troops march in.

August - Estonia incorporated into Soviet Union. - German troops invade. - Estonia reannexed by the Soviet Union. Tens of thousands of Estonians deported to Siberia and Central Asia. Estonia has been dominated by foreign powers through much of its history. In it was incorporated into the U.S.S.R.

as one of its constituent republics. Estonia remained a Soviet republic untilwhen, along with the other Baltic states, it declared its independence. The Soviet Union recognized independence for Estonia and the other. For Estonia, it was the great choral tradition which represented the touchstone of traditional music – and the proscription of many traditional songs after the loss of independence in gave many of these songs a renewed nationalist meaning.

But by the mid-century new forms of music were emerging throughout the world. World attention has focused on the newly independent Baltic states of Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania, as they struggle to become politically and economically viable.

In this book, Anatol Lieven presents an intimate and engaging portrait of the history and culture of the Baltic states from their ancient origins to their contemporary status.

He explores the. Four books from Estonia that make a good gift This book makes a great souvenir from Estonia to a family with children or to an omnivorous reader, interested to learn about what yarn is used to make these strange creatures called Estonians.

It can also be read to children as a bedtime : Edith Soosaar. Inwith the secret compliance of the Germans, Soviet troops took over Estonia and incorporated it into the Soviet Union.

From toEstonia was occupied by the Nazis, and when Soviet troops reentered Estonia inlarge numbers of Estonians (perhaps ten percent of the total population) fled the country. The colour films (respectively from and ) are the property of Museum of Estonian Abroad (VEMU - Väliseesti Muuseum).

They were shot by an anonymous American film crew and distributed in. This novel follows the life of protagonist Ullo Paerand, from the s through the Soviet occupation of Estonia.

Truth and Justice (Anton Hansen Tammsaare, ). In one of the cornerstones of Estonian literature, Tammsaare draws from his own life to describe Estonia's evolution into an independent state.

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We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Section 1. 7: Section 2. Repressions organised by the Soviet power in the years and – arrests of innocent people, deportations and executions – motivate many Estonians to join the German, their all time historic enemy. Karl is one of them.

By the summer of he is an experienced frontline soldier of the Estonian 20th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS. BC ( BC) Estonian ancestors settled along the Baltic coast AD - ( AD) Raids by Vikings around Baltic sea, included Estonia Vikings () Danes took North Estonia; first foreign occupation () Riga-based German crusaders conquered and Christianized pagan Estonia () German Knights of the Cross negotiated the acquisition of Tallinn from Author: John Moen.

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The Battle for Spain (Antony Beevor, ). History of Estonia. Mati Laur. Avita, - Estonia History - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Origins of the Ancient Times. 9: Stone. The scene was part of the Estonian song and dance celebration, known as Laulupidu, which took place this year from July 4 to festival was founded in to resist the forces of Russification.

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[Hebrew] Die Geschichte von Bund, II. [Yiddish] Levin, Dov: With Ones Back to the Wall. [Hebrew]. Estonia, Reports of the Estonian International Commission for the Investigation of Crimes Against Humanity.

Imprint Tallinn: Estonian Foundation for the Investigation of Crimes Against Humanity, Physical description p.: ill., maps (some col.), ports. ; 31 cm. Online. Available online At the library. InGermany launched its next initiative by attacking Denmark and Norway, followed shortly thereafter by attacks on Belgium, the Netherlands, and France.

All of these nations were conquered rapidly. The Battle of Britain. Later in the summer ofGermany launched a further attack on Britain, this time. A revolutionary army is taking on the failing government and the US Marines, and the cities have become vast garbage-strewn slums.

This book focuses on the ancient history of Estonia and the Baltic region. Hõbvalge is based on geographical sources mainly derived from ancient navigators and reveals a careful analysis of the secret of the.

In NovemberEstonia's Supreme Soviet passed a declaration of sovereignty; inthe name of the Republic of Estonia was restored, and during the .Tammsaare’s five-part opus is considered by many to be the grounding classic of Estonian literature.

It’s famous first volume, Andres and Pearl, draws in the reader with its compelling picture of the Estonian way of life in the late 19th century, the narrative follows the inner struggles of the main protagonist Andres as he works on his newly acquired farmstead, trying to build a Author: Rainer Mesi.Disaster struck Estonia on 17 June when the Russians invaded.

Soon Estonia was absorbed into the Soviet Union and a Communist regime was imposed. In June thousands of Estonians were deported to Russia. However shortly afterwards the Germans invaded Russia. At first, they were amazingly successful and they quickly captured Estonia.

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