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Idoj de la Imperio - la rusoj en Baltio

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"Children of the empire - Russians in the Baltic lands" in Esperanto. Written by Kalle Kniivilä,
Where do the Russian speakers in the Baltic states think of when they long for home?
In Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania live one million Russian speakers – one of the largest minorities in the European Union. When the Baltic countries gained their independence, many of the Russians stayed, with citizenship of no country. They're not infrequently treated as foreigners in the country of their birth, or in which they've lived most of their lives.
Are the Russian speakers really Putin's fifth column, ready to betray their compatriots if Russia calls?
In his third book, Kalle Kniivilä travelled within the Baltic countries and spoke with Russian speakers who remember the Second World War, and with others who were born after the collapse of the Soviet Union. He met a Russian-speaking bar owner whose staff were not allowed to use the language – and Esperanto musicians, who played to bandits in the wild 1990s.
Publisher: Mondial, New York. Year: 2016. 185 pages. ISBN: 9781595693198.
Bulk-buy: order three, and get the third one half-price.

About Idoj de la Imperio - la rusoj en Baltio

"Children of the empire - Russians in the Baltic lands" in Esperanto. Written by Kalle Kniivilä,

Where do the Russian speakers in the Baltic states think of when they long for home?

In Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania live one million Russian speakers – one of the largest minorities in the European Union. When the Baltic countries gained their independence, many of the Russians stayed, with citizenship of no country. They're not infrequently treated as foreigners in the country of their birth, or in which they've lived most of their lives.

Are the Russian speakers really Putin's fifth column, ready to betray their compatriots if Russia calls?

In his third book, Kalle Kniivilä travelled within the Baltic countries and spoke with Russian speakers who remember the Second World War, and with others who were born after the collapse of the Soviet Union. He met a Russian-speaking bar owner whose staff were not allowed to use the language – and Esperanto musicians, who played to bandits in the wild 1990s.


Publisher: Mondial, New York. Year: 2016. 185 pages. ISBN: 9781595693198.
Bulk-buy: order three, and get the third one half-price.

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