E-exhibition "Resistance to the Soviet regime in Estonia 1940-1991"
On 20 August 2021, 30 years passed since Estonia’s independence was restored. Before this, for more than half a century, Estonia was occupied – by the Soviet Union for most of that time, but also by the Germans for three years during World War II.
Estonian Institute of Historical Memory, 2021
Curator: Eli Pilve
Compiled by: Eli Pilve, Peeter Kaasik, Toomas Hiio, Martin Andreller
Edited by: Toomas Hiio, Laas Leivat
Translation: Refiner Translations OÜ, Elmar Gams, Marju Meschin, Luisa Tõlkebüroo OÜ, Maria Rist
Proofreading: Elmar Gams, Marju Meschin, Maria Rist, Ross Seymour
Designer: Anni Vakkum
Photos: Estonian History Museum, Estonian National Museum, Estonian Museum Canada, Tartu Art Museum ,Tartu City Museum, Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom, National Archives of Estonia, Association of Estonians in Sweden, Toomas Kiho, Mart Meri, Enn Nõu, Silja Paavle, Verner Puhm, Juku-Kalle Raid, Arno Saar