Economic Change and the National Question in Twentieth-Century Europe

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NOTES
1
T. Ü. Raun, Estonia and the Estonians (Stanford, 1991), p. 72.
2
Ibid., pp. 60–2.
3
M. Hroch, Social Preconditions of National Revival in Europe (Cambridge, 1985), p. 77.
4
J. Kahk, 'Peasant movements and national movements in the history of Europe' in A. Loit (ed.), National Movements in the Baltic Countries during the 19th Century (Stockholm, 1983), pp. 15–24.
5
E. Jansen, 'Aufklärung und estnische Nationale Bewegung in der zweiten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts' in G. Pistohlkors (ed.), Aufklärung in den Baltischen Provinzen Russlands (Vienna, 1996), pp. 57–72 at pp. 59–60.
6
Raun, Estonia and the Estonians, p. 77.
7
D. Kirby, Northern Europe in the Early Modern Period (London, 1990), vol. I, pp. 83–5.
8
Raun, Estonia and the Estonians, pp. 53 and 80.
9
Ibid., p. 55.
10
Hroch, Social Preconditions, p. 9.
11
Raun, Estonia and the Estonians, p. 61.
12
Eesti NSV Ajalugu [History of the Estonian SSR], (Tallinn, 1971), vol. III, pp. 20–1.
13
Raun, Estonia and the Estonians, p. 79.
14
E. Jansen, Carl Robert Jakobsoni 'Sakala' (Tallinn, 1971), pp. 275–9.
15
A. Köll and J. Valge, Economic Nationalism and Industrial Growth (Stockholm, 1998), pp. 32–3.
16
Raun, Estonia and the Estonians, p. 59 and T. Ü. Raun, 'The Estonians' in E. C. Thaden et al., Russification in the Baltic Provinces and Finland (Princeton, 1981), pp. 287–354.
17
Hroch, Social Preconditions, p. 79.
18
Raun, Estonia and the Estonians, pp. 83–6 and 102–4.
19
Ibid., p. 104.
20
Ibid., p. 130.
21
Ibid., p. 133.
22
Ibid., p. 72.
23
Ibid., p. 130, based on census data from 1922 and 1934. At independence, border areas with predominantly Russian population were added to the territory.
24
Estimations of the situation in 1945 and 1950 were in ibid., p. 192. In the Second World War, border areas added in 1920 were removed. After 1945, a massive influx of Russian labour took place, not least to supply Leningrad oblast with energy from Estonian oil shale.
25
Eesti NSV rahvamajandus 1970 aastal [Soviet Estonian economy in 1979], (Tallinn, 1971), p. 29.
26
B. Van Arkadie and M. Karlsson, Economic Survey of the Baltic States (London, 1992), p. 20; Raun, Estonia and the Estonians, p. 182.

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