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Estonia remembers the Soviet deportations

On 14 June 1941, the Soviet Union forcibly deported over 10,000 people from Estonia to Siberia – over 7,000 were women, children, and elderly people; the date is now observed as a day of mourning.*
In the summer of 1940, the Soviet Union

By Estonian World 

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By Kristi Barrow

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