Category Archives: Estonia

Estonia had a significant German population for centuries. It is the smallest and most northern of the three Baltic states. Its people suffered some of the same fate as Latvia and Lithuania after WWII.

Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian Witnesses

In a previous blog I mentioned meeting Ina Navazelskis, the Program Coordinator of Oral History at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum who has conducted hundreds of in-depth interviews with survivors and witnesses in audio and video format. David Boder, … Continue reading

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More Books to Read about the Baltics

The Baltic Revolution: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and the Path to Independence by Anatol Lieven. Although it was written in 1993, shortly after the Baltic nations won their independence from the Soviet Union, the book still holds true in its coverage … Continue reading

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List of Books Read

The following list of books about the peoples and the history of the Baltic States may be of interest to fellow researchers. Additional information is available on the Internet. The second half of the list will be in the next … Continue reading

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