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independence on August 20, 1991. August 20 remains a national holiday in Estonia because of this.
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Estonian War of Independence

Estonian War of Independence During World War I the greatest colonial power in Europe ­ the Russian Empire ­ seized to exist. On its ruins the formerly enchained nations founded their own states. Among them was the Estonian Republic, officially declared on February 24, 1918. When Germany surrendered to the Western Allies on November 11, 1918 a strategic vacuum arose in Eastern Europe. The new rul...

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Independence day of Estonia

Independence day of Estonia Independence Day, officially known as Eesti Vabariigi aastapäev is a federal holiday in Estonia when it declared independence in 1918 February 24: Independence Day The Republic of Estonia was founded on 24 February 1918, when the Salvation Committee (Päästekomitee) declared the independence of the Republic of Estonia. A...

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Estonian Independence Day

February 24: Independence Day The Republic of Estonia was founded on February 24, 1918 when the Salvation Committee, Päästekomitee, declared the independence of the Republic of Estonia. This date was celebrated as the Day of Independence until the Soviet occupation of Estonia in 1940. During the Soviet occupation, the Independence Day was festively celebrated...

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Estonian Independence Day

This is the day that the Manifesto was declared in Tallinn 91 years ago. In responce to a period of Russification initiated by the Russian empire in the 1890's, Estonian nationalism took on more political tones, with intellectuals first calling for greater autonomy, and later, complete independence from the Russian empire. Following the Bolshevik takeo...

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The Estonian War of Independence

The Estonian War of Independence The Estonian War of Independence began with the attack of the Red Army of the Soviet Russia on Narva on the 28 November 1918 and lasted until a ceasefire on the 3 January 1920 (juridically until the 2 February 1920). In the War of Independence, Estonia received support from the UK, Finland, Latvia and the White Russian Northwestern Army. In the defence of the independent statehood of Estonia in the battlefield participated at least 130...

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English portfolio

In return for their loyalty, the Estonians expected the Russian government to give them more rights and the long-awaited self-government. The Russian government, however, did not trust the Baltic nations and suspected them (for which there was good cause) of planning to split away from Russia. The emergence of Estonian independence On 15 March 1917, after Nicholas II renounced the throne and the Romanoff dynasty collapsed, the Provisional government in Russia declared a new course towards establishing a democratic republic. A great number of political parties immediately sprang up in Estonia. By appointing Jaan Poska the Estonian provincial commissar, the new central government handed the local administration over to Estonian politicians. On 12 April 1917, under...

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The Republic of Estonia

The Republic of Estonia Estonia officially the Republic of Estonia is a country in the Baltic region of Northern Europe. It is bordered to the north by Finland across the Gulf of Finland, to the west by Sweden across the Baltic Sea, to the south by Latvia and to the east by the Russian Federation. The territory of Estonia covers 45,227 km² and is influenced b...

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Konspekt USA history

I Native Americans · Origin of Native Americans ­ Origin is debatable Siberia->Alaska Crossed the land bridge around 14,000 years ago "ice-free corridor" Hunters, searching for fresh grounds · Different tribes and their way of life In tents, dark skin, hair is long, black and straight, women-agriculture, men- hunting. bands(chief. Travelled together) and tribes land was owned by the tr...

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German Occupation of Estonia During WWII

German Occupation of Estonia During World War II By Sten Kangilaski & Kristen Tobias The Beginning · WWII began with the invasion of Poland · Poland was an important regional ally to Estonia · On september 24th, 1939, the Moscow press and radio started attacking Estonia as "hostile" to the Soviet Union. Summer War · After Germany invaded the Sovie...

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Topics, step 8, kokkuvõtted mõnedest peatükkidest

1) INDIAN ROCK ART: A NATIONAL TREASURE IN DANGER Unrecognized, unprotected, this priceless legacy of primitive art has endured the ravages of nature only to fall victim to wanton destruction by ,,civilized" man. Like the huge stone statues of Easter Island and prehistoric cave paintings of Altamira and Lascaux, North American Indian rock art is surrounded by an atmosphere of mystery. Although ex...

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Võrdlus finantsanalüüs kahe ettevõtte alusel

MAJANDUSAASTA ARUANDE VÕRDLUSANALÜÜS Töö eesmärgiks oli võrrelda kahte audiitor ettevõtet ja tuua välja erinevused. Valik on tehtud just selline, et tuua välja erinevused mis mõjutavad ettevõtte edukust, kuigi tegevusaeg on sama pikk. Võrreldakse mõlema ettevõtte 2015. aasta ja 2016. aasta majandusaasta aruannet. Mõlemad ettevõtted on vastu võtnud rahvusvahelise võrgustiku s...

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Ameerika ühendriigid

Tallinn English College Topic The United States of America Form Tallinn 2005 Introduction The United States of America is a very big country. Its territory is about 9.4 million square kilometres and its population is more than 260 million people, 12% of them are the Afro-Americans. It...

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Estonia

Estonia is borderd by the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Finland, it's between Latvia and Russia. Its geographic coordinates are 59 North 26 Eeast. Estonias capital is Tallin, it is situated in the North of Estonia. Estonias mainland terrain is flat, boggy, and partly wooded, offshore lie more than 1,500 is...

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Links between Estonia and English speaking countries

This would mean that Estonians have made frequent and regular raids to the shores of England. Unfortunately there is no written evidence about these contacts. The only possible source of information is the comparison of coins and pottery found at different excavation sites. 20th century Regular documented contacts between Estonia and English speaking countries begun after Estonia gained its independence in 1918. At that time, England with her colonies was the biggest and the strongest sea power in the world. During the First World War England dominated the high seas and the Baltic Sea. So it is quite obvious that after the Bolsheviks gained power in St. Petersburg, The English navy came to aid the newly formed government of Estonia in their war efforts against the Bolshevik invaders. The Royal Navy detachment blocked Bolshevik attempts to land t...

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Tallinn

In 1870 a railway line was opened from St. Petersburg to Tallinn. Tallinn grew into a major port and an industrial centre. Estonians became conscious of their national identity. Tartu was the centre of the movement of national awakening. On 24 February 1918, Estonia was proclaimed an independent democratic republic. Tallinn developed into a modern European capital. A period of prosperity followed, but independence only lasted for 20 years. During World War II Estonia was occupied by both German and Russian invaders, and Tallinn suffered heavily. The bombing of the city by the Soviet air forces on 9 March 1944 left over 20,000 people homeless. During the Russian occupation which followed (and which lasted for five decades) attempts were made to Russify the local people. Large scale industry was developed in Tallinn, workers were resettled fro...

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Education

The end result of this proactive process is unity-everyone working together for the common good in a win-win manner where everyone benefits. This model not only provides a method for conflict resolution, but also reflects different philosophical approaches towards leadership, as well as a new style of management. The first is patriarchal, focused on the individual, independence and power; the other tends to be egalitarian, concerned with the group, interconnectedness and team-building. In essence both represent two methods for dealing with change, one static, the other dynamic. This model also exposes two different styles of leadership: the old style of Problem Solver-Crisis Management-a reactive posture which dominated management in the 1960's, 70s and 80s, versus the new style of leadership for the 21st c...

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The most interesting historical events in Estonia

The Most Interesting Historical Events in Estonia Liana Põldver · The nationwide Song Festival tradition began with the first Song Festival in Tartu, June 18 20, 1869. · 1860 marks the beginning of the period of the National Awakening. A singing society led by Johann Voldemar Jannsen started and carried through the nationwide idea of Song Festival. · Durin...

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Fridrick douglass

This shift in opinion, as well as some other political differences, created a rift between Douglass and Garrison. Douglass further angered Garrison by saying that the Constitution could and should be used as an instrument in the fight against slavery. With this, Douglass began to assert his independence from the Garrisonians. Garrison saw the North Star as being in competition with the National Anti-Slavery Standard and Marius Robinson's Anti-Slavery Bugle. In March 1860, Annie, Douglass' youngest daughter, died in Rochester, New York, while he was still in England. Douglass returned from England the following month, taking the route through Canada to avoid detection. By the time of the Civil War, Douglass was one of the most famo...

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Fiskaalpoliitika ehk eelarvepoliitika

Since regaining independence, Estonia has pursued a tight fiscal policy, which requires restriction of expenditures, balancing expenditures with revenues as well as limited borrowing. The current paper examines those features that contribute to general government budget, both from the revenue perspective and from the expenditure perspective. As is known, the structure of government expenditures depends directly on the role of the government in regulating the ec...

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Islam

Homereading 4 Changing world Religions Islam Islam is a monotheistic Abrahamic religion originating with the teachings of Muhammad, a 7th century Arab religious and political figure. The word Islam means "submission", or the total surrender of oneself to God An adherent of Islam is known as a...

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