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Jaan Poska


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Jaan Poska VR III/1 (24 January [O.S. 12 January] 1866, Laiusevälja, Kreis Dorpat, Governorate of Livonia – 7 March 1920, Tallinn, Estonia) was an Estonian barrister and politician.
In 1890, Poska graduated from the faculty of Law of the University of Tartu, after that he worked as barrister in Tallinn. Jaan Poska was mayor of Tallinn during 1913–1917. In that position he supported reforms, like reforming healthcare and founding two schools. In April 1917, he became governor of the Autonomous Governorate of Estonia. 28 November [O.S. 15 November] 1917 the Maapäev refused to recognize the new Bolshevik rule and proclaimed itself the supreme legal authority of Estonia. The Republic of Estonia formally declared independence on 24 February 1918, only to be occupied by the German Empire until the end of World War I. Estonian war of independence against Baltic German and Russian forces lasted from 1918 to 1920.
On 24 February 1918, Poska was appointed the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia. He worked in Western Europe for gaining diplomatic recognition to Estonia and participated in Paris Peace Conference. He led the peace talks with Soviet Russia and achieved Treaty of Tartu which was signed on 2 February 1920.
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Jaan Poska

Jaan Poska

Barrister

  • Desc: Jaan Poska VR III/1 was an Estonian barrister and politician. In 1890, Poska graduated from the faculty of Law of the University of Tartu, after that he worked as barrister in Tallinn. Jaan Poska was mayor of Tallinn during 1913–1917.
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Jaan Poska

Lawyer

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Jaan Arder

Jaan Arder

Estonian singer

  • Desc: Jaan Arder was an Estonian singer. He was a member of the rock band Apelsin and the early music ensemble Hortus Musicus. His older brother Ott Arder was a poet, children's writer and translator.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaan_Arder
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  • Result Score: 0.06

Vera Poska-Grünthal

Estonian international lawyer

  • Desc: Vera Poska-Grünthal was a leading Estonian feminist. She was one of the founders of the International Federation of Women Lawyers, an International Non-Governmental Organization that enhances the status of women and children by providing legal aid, legal literacy and education programs, and through advocacy, law reform, research and publications.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vera_Poska-Gr%C3%BCnthal
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Konstantin Päts

Konstantin Päts

Politician

Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre

Higher educational institution in Tallinn, Estonia

  • Desc: The Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre began as a mixed choir of the Estonia Society Musical Department on the eve of World War I. The assembly of the Estonia Society created the Tallinn Higher Music School on November 17, 1918. The opening ceremony took place on September 28, 1919. In 1923 the educational institution was renamed the Tallinn Conservatoire. In 1938 the State Drama School was opened. In 1993 the school was renamed the “Estonian Academy of Music”. In 1995 the Drama Faculty was renamed the Higher Theatre School.
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Helene Poska-Niinemann

Lawyer

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Viktor Kingissepp

Viktor Kingissepp

Politician

  • Desc: Viktor Eduard Kingissepp was an Estonian communist politician, the leader of the Estonian Communist Party. The son of a factory worker, he joined a Marxist circle as a schoolboy in Arensburg, and organised the Estonian section of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party, in St Petersburg.
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Elo Liiv

Elo Liiv

Sculptor

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Helmer Jõgi

Politician

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Mari Kamp

Estonian singer

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Laiusevälja

Laiusevälja

Village in Estonia

  • Desc: Laiusevälja is a village in Jõgeva Parish, Jõgeva County, Estonia. It is located about 10 km northeast of the town of Jõgeva, adjacent to Laiuse small borough, on the Jõgeva–Mustvee road. Laiusevälja has a population of 119.
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Erast Hiatsintov

Erast Hiatsintov

Russian Politician

  • Desc: Erast Georgievich Hiatsintov was a Russian-Estonian politician who was the mayor of Reval in from February 1905 to December of that year, notably becoming the first person of Russian descent to become the mayor of Reval.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erast_Hiatsintov
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Estonian People's Party

Political party

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