November 12, 2008

The Most Important 100 Days in Baltic History

The 100 days between the time when Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania de facto recovered their independence in August 1991 and the moment when the Soviet Union dissolved in December of that year into 12 newly independent states played and continue to play a key role in defining how these countries view themselves and, moreover, how other countries view them.

The 100 days between the time when Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania de facto recovered their independence in August 1991 and the moment when the Soviet Union dissolved in December of that year into 12 newly independent states played and continue to play a key role in defining how these countries view themselves and, moreover, how other countries view them.


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