The Soviet Expansion in Baltic Area (1939- 1941)

Imad Hadi Abd Ali

Adab Al-Kufa, 2018, Volume 1, Issue 8, Pages 205-265

Abstract

After the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the Conclusion of world war as well as Local hostilities against both German and Soviet forces did Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania Establish the missives as independent states.
All three Countries then adopted democratic broad land Reform’s to modernize their Economies, but their governments were unstable au lborien regimes gained power in Lithuania 1926, Estonia 1934 and Latvia 1934.
In 1940 the Baltic States Were incorporated in to the Soviet Union, and after World War II their agriculture was collectivized and intensive in detribalization was under taken