Estonia (Soviet Republic): Polity Style: 1918-1990 - Archontology.org

Estonia (Soviet Republic): Polity Style: 1918-1990

29 Nov 1918 proclaimed in Narva
29 Nov 1918 - 1 Feb 1919 Eesti Nõukogude Vabariik - Eesti Töörahva Kommuuna | Soviet Republic of Estonia - Working People's Commune of Estonia
26 Jan 1919 last session of Kommuuna Nõukogu on national territory in Võru [1]
1 Feb 1919 polity is extinct upon the occupation of its territory by alien forces (Võru is occupied 1 Feb 1919)
21 Jul 1940 Estonia is declared a Soviet Socialist Republic in accordance with a declaration passed by the Chamber of Deputies (Riigivolikogu) on 21 Jul 1940 (Official Gazette, No. 74, 21 Jul 1940, pp. 1059-1061)
21 Jul 1940 - 8 May 1990 Eesti Nõukogude Sotsialistlik Vabariik = Èstonskaja Sovetskaja Socialističeskaja Respublika (Эстонская Советская Социалистическая Республика) | Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic
22 Jul 1940 Estonia applied for accession to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in accordance with a declaration passed by the Chamber of Deputies (Riigivolikogu) on 22 Jul 1940 (Official Gazette, No. 76, 22 Jul 1940, pp. 1083-1084)
6 Aug 1940 Estonia is admitted to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in accordance with a law passed by the Supreme Council of the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics 6 Aug 1940 (USSR Supreme Soviet, 1st Soviet, 7th session, 1940, 149-152, 188)
28 Aug 1941 armed forces of Germany occupy Tallinn and, subsequently, the territory of Estonia
5 Dec 1941 incorporated into Reichskommissariat Ostland as Generalbezirk Estland
22 Sep 1944 armed forces of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics occupy Tallinn (de facto restoration of Eesti Nõukogude Sotsialistlik Vabariik)
16 Nov 1988 Estonia is proclaimed a sovereign state in accordance with a declaration passed by the Supreme Council (Ülemnõukogu) on 16 Nov 1988 (Estonian SSR Supreme Council Records, No. 48, 25 Nov 1988, pp. 1142-1143)
18 Jan 1989 Estonian is declared state language in accordance with a law passed by the Supreme Council (Ülemnõukogu) on 18 Jan 1989 (Estonian SSR Supreme Council Records, No. 4, 27 Jan 1989, pp. 81-86)
30 Mar 1990 restoration of the Republic of Estonia is declared in accordance with a resolution of the Supreme Council (Ülemnõukogu) passed on 30 Mar 1990 (Estonian SSR Supreme Council Records, No. 12, 16 Apr 1990, p. 269)

[1] Moved to Marienburg (now Alūksne), Latvia, where held a session on 4 Feb 1919; continued on the territory of Russia until 5 Jun 1919.
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