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Estonian Deportation
August 5, 2003 11:26 PM   Subscribe

Exhibition of Deportation 14 June 1941. Some history, moments and life stories. Via the Estonian National Museum.
posted by plep (3 comments total)

 
Fascinating and absorbing - sites that throw light in forgotten corners are sites that makes the net worthwhile. Thanks for another great post, plep.
posted by Doozer at 2:23 AM on August 6, 2003


Wonderful, plep...in my mind, one of the most fascinating things about the web is the way that it preserves the oral tradition of first person historical accounts in such a compelling way. These stories are fascinating.

You find the best links plep!
posted by madamjujujive at 9:18 AM on August 6, 2003


This is really, really engrossing! Thanks, plep!

If you're anywhere near Estonia, Tallinn is one of the most amazing cities that I've ever vistied-- beautiful, ancient, walled city surrounded by a Soviet poured-concrete nightmare. Be prepared to have some language troubles if you don't speak Estonian or Russian. If that's the case, make sure you bring a Finn.
posted by Mayor Curley at 9:37 AM on August 6, 2003


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