Thomas Masaryk about the lack of perspective regarding the Austro-Hungarian Empire in an interview from August 1917

On the occasion of his trip to Kiev in the summer of 1917, Czech leader Thomas Masaryk gave an interview to a Romanian journalist of the România Mare (Greater Romania) newspaper. This publication, România Mare, was edited in Kiev by Romanian volunteers from the...

The Finns in the First World War

At the beginning of the First World War, Finland was an autonomous Great Duchy within the Russian Empire. Even though the Finnish territory was spared of most of the fighting, it witnessed a series of military operations for three and a half months during the Civil...

Manifesto to the peoples of Estonia

The Estonian Declaration of Independence, also known as the Manifesto to the Peoples of Estonia is the founding act of the Republic of Estonia from  February 24th 1918. In the course of centuries never have the Estonian people lost their desire for independence. From...

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