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1944 (film) - Wikipedia

In the year 1944, Estonia faces advances from both the Russian Red Army and Nazi forces. Families are torn apart across enemy lines and soldiers are forced to make difficult choices to preserve a small nation caught in the middle of a global war. Estonias Official Submission for the Academy Awards

History of Estonia | Britannica 1944 estonia

In 1944, manslaughter between nationalities occur when Estonians of the withdrawing German forces fight Estonian recruits in the Soviet Red Army.

Watch 1944 | Prime Video

In 1941-1944 Estonia was under German occupation. In February 1944, the advancing Red Army, which had broken the Siege of Leningrad, reached the Narva River. Despite the pessimism of the German command, Hitler considered the defence of Estonia important in order to support the ally state of Finland.

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1944” deals with the events of 1944 in Estonia, from the Battle of Tannenberg Line in July until the Sõrve Peninsula fell into the hands of the Red Army in November. The film focuses on the individual within the context of war, rather than war itself, and shows the war from both perspectives – those of the Red Army and the German Army.

1944 (2015) - IMDb

1944 is a 2015 Estonian war drama film directed by Elmo Nüganen.The film first premiered in February 2015 in Berlin, Germany, before its release in Estonia and other Northern European countries. It was selected as the Estonian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards but it was not nominated.

Estonia in World War II - Wikipedia 1944 estonia

Estonia is the northernmost and smallest of the Baltic states. Between the end of World War I and 1940, Estonia was an independent republic. In 1939, the Jewish population of Estonia numbered about 4,500, a tiny percentage of the countrys population. Almost half the Estonian Jews lived in …

Images of 1944 Estonia

Soviet Estonia, 1944-1990. The second Soviet occupation after the Second World War was a follow-up to the first occupation, characterized by a fully controlled, brutal and censored society with arrests, executions, deportations, Communist unification of social and cultural life,

Estonica.org - War events in Estonia in 1944 1944 estonia

Estonia was occupied by Germany and incorporated into Reichskommissariat Ostland. In 1941, Estonians were conscripted into the 8th Estonian Rifle Corps and in 1941–1944 to the Nazi German forces. Men who avoided these mobilisations fled to Finland to …

Another Lost Tale of WWII in Estonias 1944 | Military.com

Directed by Elmo Nüganen. With Kaspar Velberg, Kristjan Üksküla, Maiken Pius, Gert Raudsep. In 1944 Estonia, a fratricide war ensues when Estonians of the retreating German forces fight against Estonians conscripted into the advancing Soviet Red Army.

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