The Radical Right in Interwar Estonia

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Palgrave Macmillan, Jun 3, 2000 - History - 218 pages
The author also compares the Veterans with fascist movements in neighbouring countries, and concludes that, despite similarities, the Veterans differed from the fascists in fundamental respects. By using formerly unobtainable archival records this study fills a considerable gap in the literature on the Baltic states, and it should be of special interest to students of European fascist movements."--Jacket.

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Andres Kasekamp is Lecturer in Contemporary History at the University of Tartu, Estonia.

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