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  Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Estonian SSR
Estonian SSR became the republic of Estonia in 1990 and was no longer a soviet republic in 1991.
Estonian SSR was a communist republic of the USSR.
Estonian SSR is in Europe and one of the smallest republics of the USSR.
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 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal
In response the Estonian SSR was formally annexed by the Soviet Union (USSR) on August 6, 1940, and nominally became the 16th constituent republic of the USSR.
Population of the Estonian SSR grew from 1,054,000 in 1940
The White Book, P. Although the percentage of Estonians in the total population of the Estonian SSR declined due to Soviet migration policies, total number of ethnic Estonians was increasing in the Soviet period.
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  Bambooweb: Estonian SSR
The Estonian SSR became the Republic of Estonia in 1990 and ceased to be a Soviet republic in 1991.
The Estonian SSR was a constituent republic of the communist USSR.
The Estonian SSR was one of the smallest republics of the USSR and was also smaller than most European countries.
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  Estonian SSR
Estonian SSR became the republic of Estonia in 1990 and was no longer a soviet republic in 1991.
Estonian SSR was a communist republic of the USSR.
Estonian SSR is in Europe and one of the smallest republics of the USSR.
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 [Estonian SSR] | [All the best Estonian SSR resources at karaoke.velocityincome.com]
The Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic, short: Estonian SSR (Estonian: Eesti Nõukogude Sotsialistlik Vabariik, short: Eesti NSV; Russian: Эстонская Советская Социалистическая Республика (Эстонская ССР)) was a short-lived Soviet-backed state proclaimed on July 21, 1940 instead of the Republic of Estonia, and a constituent republic of the U.S.S.R. that succeeded it after annexation between 1940-1941 and 1944-1991.
In response the Estonian SSR was formally annexed by the Soviet Union (USSR) on August 6, 1940, and nominally became the 16th constituent republic of the USSR.
According to Estonian and Western accounts the Republic of Estonia was occupied by the Soviet Union in June 1940, [5] [6] [7], [8] and forcibly incorporated as a result of a communist Coup d'état supported by the Soviet troops [9].
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 Estonica : History : Restoration of independence   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In November the same year the Supreme Soviet of the Estonian SSR passed a decision on the events in Estonia in 1940 which declared the actions of the Soviet Union against the Republic of Estonia to be military aggression, an occupation and annexation.
On 30 March 1990, the Supreme Soviet of the Estonian SSR passed a resolution ‘On the State Status of Estonia’ that proclaimed the Soviet rule unlawful from the moment of its enforcement.
On 8 May the Supreme Soviet passed the law on Estonian national symbols; Estonian SSR became the Republic of Estonia; blue-fl-and-white were taken as state colours and the 1937 Constitution’s paragraphs 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6 were implemented.
www.estonica.org /eng/lugu.html?kateg=43&alam=61&menyy_id=99&leht=13   (959 words)

  
 Museums in Riga
The permanent exhibition at the museum presents Estonian ceramics, book-binding art and leatherwork, jewellery, metalwork and fine glass dating from the beginning of the 20th century up to the present.
In the ground-floor hall, temporary modern Estonian and foreign applied art exhibitions as well as those based on historical collections are displayed.
The Estonian Literary Society Provincial Museum was founded in 1864 and in the autumn of the same year exposition was opened to public in the rooms of the former St. Canute's Guild in Pikk Street.
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 Estonian Academy of Sciences
Elected President of the Academy of Sciences of the Estonian SSR was Hans Kruus, Vice-Presidents Johann Vaabel and Aksel Kipper and Academician-Secretary (the present Secretary General) Jüri Nuut.
General Assembly adopted the decision to consider the Estonian Academy of Sciences established in 1938 direct predecessor of the Academy of Sciences of the Estonian SSR and the initial year of activity of the Academy the year of 1938.
The new Statute determined the Academy as Estonian Academy of Sciences, instead of the former Academy of Sciences of the Estonian SSR, with reference to 1938 as the year of foundation.
www.akadeemia.ee /en/academy/history   (8562 words)

  
 Estonian orthodox Eparchy from 1945 to 1953
The Council's representative of the ROC Affairs attached to the Council of Ministers in the Estonian SSR 1945-1949.
Succeeded N. Karsakov as the Council's representative of the ROC Affairs attached to the Council of the Ministers of the USSR in the Estonian SSR.
In his proclamation to all the priests and Orthodox faithful of the Estonian Eparchy in July, 19, 1945, the Archbishop Pavel felt relieved and proclaimed the process of re-submission of the EAOC finished: “The liberating Army was happily and joyfully greeted.
www.orthodoxa.org /GB/estonia/documentsEOC/thesis2GB.htm   (4359 words)

  
 Tonu Parming and Elmar Jarvesoo (eds.). "A Case Study of a Soviet Republic: The Estonian SSR". Reviewd by Juris ...
By his estimate, the percentage of Estonians in the republic might diminish to a mere 50 percent by 1990.
Estonians form 85 percent of all those over sixty years of age, but only about 63 percent of those between ten and forty-nine years of age.
The extremely useful summaries of eight factors both by the editors and the author of the introduction explaining why the Estonian SSR is so different from other republics has set the tone for most of the contributors.
www.lituanus.org /1979/79_1_06.htm   (1591 words)

  
 Estonian SSR - Definition, explanation
The Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic (Estonian S.S.R.) was the name for Estonia when it was part of the USSR, occupied by the USSR on 17 June 1940.
The Estonian SSR was a constituent republic of the USSR; its economy, however, fared better than other Soviet states.
The Estonian SSR became the Republic of Estonia on May 8 1990 and ceased to be a Soviet republic in 1991 - on 20 August of that year, Estonia declared its independence.
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 Plant Conservation in Estonia
Estonian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Zoology and Botany, Latvian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Biology, Lithuanian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Botany, Tartu.
Estonian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Zoology and Botany, Latvian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Biology.
The Estonian Environmental Protection Institute is coordinating a project to identify Important Plant Areas (IPAs) in Estonia as part of the European IPAs Programme led by Plantlife International with the Planta Europa network.
www.plant-talk.org /country/estonia.html   (617 words)

  
 Language Act (Dec 1999)
The conditions for combining Estonian language examinations for applicants for citizenship and Estonian language proficiency examinations shall be established by the Government of the Republic.
In local governments where besides Estonian the language of a national minority is the internal working language, public servants and employees shall be proficient in Estonian to the extent of the requirements for proficiency in and use of the Estonian language which are established by the Government of the Republic.
Estonian place names transcribed into the language of a national minority which uses another alphabet shall be written in compliance with the transcription rules established in the Literary Standards.
www.eki.ee /keel/langact.html   (2186 words)

  
 Estonian SSR
The Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic (Estonian S.S.R.) was the name for Estonia when it was part of the USSR.
However, Russian was supposed to be the language of international communication, thus putting Estonian at a disadvantage.
The Estonian SSR was one of the smallest republics of the USSR and was also smaller than most European countries.
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 Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences
Estonian marine research started with investigations of remote seas mainly by the Baltic German noblemen in the 18th century.
After the Estonian War of Independence, in the 1920s–30s, fisheries research developed and regular monitoring cruises were performed in Estonian waters.
In 1944 the Estonian Department of the All-Union Research Institute of Marine Fisheries and Oceanography was founded.
www.kirj.ee /esi-l-b/s01-2-be.htm   (772 words)

  
 Protected Areas Programme -   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The designation of nature reserves and the administrative and scientific institutions were covered until recently by the 1957 Law on the Protection of Nature in the Estonian SSR.
The Nature Conservancy Board at the Ministry of Forest Management and Nature Protection was the body responsible for protected area regulations, whilst the Commission of Nature Protection and Rational Utilization of Natura Resources at the Supreme Soviet of the Estonian SSR was charged with supervision of legal enforcement (Varep, 1988).
The Estonian Nature Conservation Society, founded in 1966, with 21,000 members in 50 branches, takes an active interest in the education aspects of protected areas (Varep, 1988).
www.unep-wcmc.org /sites/country/est.html   (1123 words)

  
 Estonia
The goal of this Act is to set out the shape and description of the Estonian flag along with the conditions and regulations for its use on the basis of the new principles.
(2) When the Estonian Flag is displayed during a period of mourning, a fl ribbon is attached to the top of the flagstaff or the flag is flown at half-mast.Use of the Estonian Flag as a flag of mourning is not restricted to national days of mourning.
This is a pennant according to drawing at "Segments from the Estonian Flag Act".
www.crwflags.com /fotw/flags/ee.html   (1692 words)

  
 Anthem of Estonian SSR - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Anthem of the Estonian SSR (Estonian: Eesti Nõukogude Sotsialistliku Vabariigi Hümn) was the national anthem of Estonia when it was an union republic in the USSR, used from 1945 to 1990 (The lyrics were modified in 21st Jul. 1956).
The music was composed by Gustav Ernesaks, and the lyrics were written by Johannes Semper.
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 Note verbale from the Permanent Mission   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Under the Estonian Constitution restrictions may be placed on non-citizens' exercise of the right to disseminate freely ideas, opinions or beliefs, as well as other information, and to hold meetings without prior authorization.
In breach of the Estonian Constitution and international norms, the authorities are blatantly interfering in the internal affairs of the Church, imposing on it the canonical jurisdiction of the Constantinople Patriarchate; they are spreading disinformation about its activities and, indeed, have begun forcibly taking possession of churches and church property.
The Russian public was most distressed by the recent decision of the Estonian authorities to expel 50 nuns of the Pühtitsa nunnery from the country.
www.unhchr.ch /Huridocda/Huridoca.nsf/b617b62bcb39ea6ec1256610002eb7a6/947201b015a0edb8802566d50059bc2c?OpenDocument   (1318 words)

  
 RuralEstonia: history
The establishment of an Occupation Museum in Estonia is the long-term project of the Kistler-Ritso Estonian Foundation, which is based in the USA.
The Estonian post-Second World War guerrilla fighters are known as the Forest Brothers (or Metsavennad, in Estonian).
A programme is being consistently implemented in the Estonian SSR to convert agricultural work into a variety of industrial work, to extend the network of educational, cultural, medical and trading institutions, as well as public catering and service facilities in rural localities, and transform hamlets and villages into well-planned and well-appointed settlements.
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 Vascular Plant Flora of Estonia. Summary
The species composition of Estonian flora was outlined by the beginning of the 20th century, but data on their distribution was scarce.
Researches on Estonian flora during the Estonian university in Tartu could be divided in two, according to the centre co-ordinating the studies.
The largest collection of Estonian plants in herbarium is situated in the Institute of Zoology and Botany of the Estonian Agricultural University (110,000 sheets from Estonia and about 25,000 from foreign countries, with the herbarium of 11,000 sheets collected by G. Vilbaste stored separately).
www.zbi.ee /~tomkukk/nimestik/summary.htm   (9067 words)

  
 Tunne Kelam
The Estonian National Independence Party’s first public act was to send a revised version of the 1972 memorandum to the United Nations with a request for assistance in restoring Estonian independence based upon legal continuity.
The greatest success of the Estonian national democratic forces was the registering of citizens of the Republic of Estonia in less than a year, from April 1989 to February 1990.
The culmination of the citizens’ registration was the election in February 1990 of the representative body of Estonian citizens, the Congress of Estonia.
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 Eesti Kirjanike Liit
Estonian Writers’ Union as a professional association of writers and literary critics was founded on October 8, 1922 at Tallinn Town Hall.
The Moscow-born association of Estonian writers was called Estonian Soviet Writers’ Union until 1958, later it became the Writers’ Union of the Estonian SSR.
Estonian writers managing to escape to the free west in the war-autumn of 1944 succeeded in organizing their activities so quickly that Estonian Writers’ Union Abroad was founded as early as in 1945 in Stockholm.
www.ekl.ee /english/ewu.html   (495 words)

  
 Finances
The People’s Commissariat of the Estonian SSR was subordinated to the Council of Ministries of the ESSR and in the work organization line to the People’s Commissariat of Finances of the USSR.
The finances of the Estonian SSR comprised the national budget, the national credit system (banks, savings banks), the systems of social insurance, property- and individual life insurance.
The central banking institution of the Estonian SSR was the Office of the ESSR of the State Bank of the Soviet Union, with the straight subordination to the State Bank of the Soviet Union.
www.okupatsioon.ee /english/overviews/finances.html   (1874 words)

  
 Nationalism vs. Socialism in Soviet Estonian Drama - Andres Juriado
According to the 1970 census, Estonians form only 68.2% of the population of the Estonian SSR (a drop of 6.4% in 11 years) and Latvians an even smaller 56.8% in the Latvian SSR (down 5.2% in the same period).
This is something of a switch for one of the foremost prewar Estonian literati, known for his cosmopolitan refinement and devotion to advanced French literature.
According to a gifted young critic,23 the common denominator among these playwrights who otherwise differ considerably is that they all have placed the action of their plays in a world that is essentially a creation of their imaginations and not the supposedly "real" everyday one.
www.lituanus.org /1973/73_2_03.htm   (3845 words)

  
 MINELRES - Estonia - Language
(2) The use of Estonian by companies, non-profit associations and foundations, by employees thereof and by sole proprietors is regulated if it is in the public interest, which, for the purposes of this Act, means public safety, public order, general government, public health, health protection, consumer protection and occupational safety.
The establishment of requirements concerning proficiency in and use of Estonian shall be justified and in proportion to the objective being sought and shall not distort the nature of the rights which are restricted.
(21) The conditions for combining state examinations in the Estonian language and Estonian language proficiency examinations for graduates of groups studying in other languages who acquire secondary vocational education on the basis of basic education shall be established by the Minister of Education.
www.minelres.lv /NationalLegislation/Estonia/Estonia_Language_English.htm   (2684 words)

  
 Kurdistan: A viable state - III (KurdishMedia.com)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In November 1988, the Soviet Union told the Estonian SSR that relations between the Central power and the ‘union’ of republics had to be based on a federal system.
The flag of the Estonian SSR was lowered from the Pikk Hermann tower in Tallinn, and at dawn, the tricolour was hoisted.
The domestic policy of the Estonian SSR evolved in the midst of conflict and confrontation.
www.kurdmedia.com /articles.asp?id=13301   (2359 words)

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