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Baltic States, years of dependence, 1940-1980

Romuald J. Misiunas

Baltic States, years of dependence, 1940-1980

by Romuald J. Misiunas

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

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  • Baltic States
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    • Baltic States -- History -- 1940-1991

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      Statementby Romuald J. Misiunas and Rein Taagepera.
      ContributionsTaagepera, Rein., Rauch, Georg von.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDK511.B3 M57 1983
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 333 p., 16 p. of plates :
      Number of Pages333
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3485205M
      ISBN 100520046250
      LC Control Number82004727

      Baltic States - History - Summary Read a summary Contents. 1. Introduction: Historical Background. Before the Modern Age. The Road to the Modern Nation-States. The Years of Independence, ; 2. The War Years, The Coming of the Soviets. The First Year of Soviet Occupation. War and Revolt. The German Occupation. ‘A masterful survey of the history of the eastern Baltic littoral by one of the leading authorities in the field. Plakans’ book provides the most accessible account to date of the rise of modern nationhood and of the commonalities of fate that have bound the Cited by:

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      The Baltic States: Years of Dependence, by Romuald J. Misiunas, Rein Taagepera (p. ) Review by: Alfred Erich Senn DOI: / Baltic Literature. Hardback. A Survey of Finnish, Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian Literatures. pp Notre Dame, Indiana *Baltic Very good.


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Get this from a library. The Baltic States: years of dependence, [Romuald J Misiunas; Rein Taagepera; Georg von Rauch] -- "Sequel to Georg von Rauch's The Baltic States: the years of independence, ()"es index. Bibliography: p. 10 rows  "Sequel to Georg von Rauch's The Baltic States: the years of independence.

In this updated edition of their renowned The Baltic States, Romuald Misiunas and Rein Taagepera bring the Baltic States of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia up to the s.

The authors describe and analyze how the Baltic nations survived fifty years of social disruption, language discrimination, and Russian colonialism. The nations' histories are fully integrated and.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Sequel to Georg von Rauch's The Baltic States: the years of independence, ()"--Preface. A chronicle of what has happened to Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania under Nazi and Soviet rule.

It is rather skimpy in the use of Soviet sources but very good in bringing years of dependence light little-known material in the Baltic languages, mainly Estonian and Lithuanian.

The book is particularly strong in describing the notable revival of national cultures since the thaw of the early post-Stalin period. In we published a book entitled The Baltic States: Years of Dependence The present article represents an update chapter which reviews the years – Compared to the late s and the early s, a period of stagnation, was a singularly difficult time for writing recent Soviet and Baltic by:   Inafter four years of intense but peaceful struggle that contributed to the demise of the Soviet Union, the Baltic states regained their independence.

In this updated edition of their renowned The Baltic States: Years of Dependence,Romuald Misiunas and Rain Taagepera bring the story up to the s. Inafter four years of intense but peaceful struggle that contributed to the demise of the Soviet Union, the Baltic states regained their independence.

In this updated edition of their renowned "The Baltic States: Years of Dependence, ", Romuald Misiunas and Rain Taagepera bring the story up to the s.

Edition Notes Rev. of: The Baltic States, years of dependence, Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and by: See A. Senn, The Emergence of Modern Lithuania (); R. Misiunas and R. Taagepera, The Baltic States: Years of Dependence, – (); T. Oleszczuk, Political Justice in the Soviet Union: Dissent and Repression in Lithuania ().

Imports include machinery, chemical products, textiles, foodstuffs, and transportation equipment. Estonia's major trade partners are Finland, Sweden, Germany, Russia, and its fellow Baltic states, Latvia and Lithuania.

Government Estonia is governed under the constitution of Romuald J. Misiunas and Rein Taagepera, The Baltic states Years of Dependence (Berkeley, Los Angeles, ), ; Romuald J. Misiunas, "Soviet Historiography on World War II and the Baltic States, ," The Baltic States in Peace and War (The Pennsylvania State University Press, ), THE WORLD ALMANAC AND BOOK OF FACTS New York: Newspaper Enterprise Association, MASS DEPORTATIONS OF POPULATION FROM THE SOVIET OCCUPIED BALTIC STATES.

Stockholm, Sweden: Latvian National Foundation, THE BALTIC STATES: YEARS OF DEPENDENCE Berkeley: University of California. Romuald J. Misiunas is the author of The Baltic States ( avg rating, 9 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Baltic States, Years of Dependence, 1 /5(9).

Lydia Auster (30 May in Petropavl – 3 April in Tallinn) was an Estonian composer who faced criticism for formalism by Soviet authorities. References.

On the deportations in all three Baltic republics, see Romuald J. Misiunas and Rein Taagapera, The Baltic States: Years of Dependence Berkeley: University of CaliforniaFor an example of the life of a deportee, as opposed to a prisoner in a labour camp, see the diary of Onute Garbstiene, Hell in Ice, Vilnius: Ethnos 91 Today's Republic of Latvia and other Baltic states consider themselves to be the legal continuation of the sovereign states whose first independent existence dates back to –, and does not accept any legal connection with the former Latvian SSR which had been occupied and annexed into USSR – and –Common languages: Latvian, Russian.

(Misiunas and Taagepera's book, The Baltic States: Years of Dependence,offers some "guesstimates" - their words ~ of losses on pages ) While the book under review does not purport to offer a comprehensive history of the countries under study, factual accuracy and careful qualification of thorny demographic issues are.

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Tallinn, Estonia: Tallinn Book Printers, The Baltic States: Years of Dependence, Berkeley: University of California Press. Misiuras, R.-J. and Taagepera, R., The Baltic States: Years of Dependence –Famborough, Google Scholar.Parliamentary elections were held in Estonia on 14 and 15 July alongside simultaneous elections in Latvia and elections followed the Soviet occupation of the three countries, and were rigged.

The Estonian Working People's Union, a Communist front group, was the only party allowed to run, and won all 80 seats with % of the newly elected .This estimate is convincingly elaborated in R. Misiunas and R. Taagepera, The Baltic States: The Years of Dependence (–) (London, ), p.

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