by Mel Huang When historian Magnus Ilmjarv released his decade-long research project on 1930s Estonian President Konstantin Pats, he probably did not expect such a massive outpouring of grief, anger, controversy and press coverage. Or perhaps he did. Nevertheless, the work has captured the imagination – or the suspicion – of nearly the entire nation. […]

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