by Jaak Aaviksoo TARTU, 24 July (Postimees)–We have long considered the desire for education to be one of the main characteristics of our nation, besides Estonian obstinacy. Only one generation after buying the farmsteads, we began providing our children with an education. One might even say that the Estonian commonwealth was born out of the […]

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