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Museum of Occupations

Museum of Occupations, Tallinn, Estonia.
Soviet prison doors on display
Head of Lenin statue in the museum basement.
Soviet and Nazi exhibit in the museum.

The Museum of Occupations (Estonian: Okupatsioonide muuseum) in Tallinn, Estonia, is located at the corner of Toompea St. and Kaarli Blvd. It was opened on July 1, 2003, and is dedicated to the 1940-1991 period in the history of Estonia, when the country was occupied by the Soviet Union, then Nazi Germany, and then again by the Soviet Union. During most of this time the country was known as the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic. [1]

The museum is managed by the Kistler-Ritso Estonian Foundation. The foundation is named after Dr. Olga Kistler-Ritso, the founder, president, and financial supported of the foundation. The members of the foundation started to collect articles for the museum and for historical study in 1999. Cooperation was set with [2]

References

  1. ^ Museum website
  2. ^ Kistler-Ritso Foundation

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