Tuesday, 2 February 2016

96 years ago today Estonia and Soviet Russia signed the Tartu Peace Treaty

Photo: Tartu Peace Conference closing meeting. 
Members of the Estonian delegation. 

Today is an important day in Estonia's history. The peace treaty between Estonia and Soviet Russia on 2nd February 1920 ended the War of Independence and Russia officially recognised Estonia as a free and independent country.  Such a wonderful day for all Estonians!

The Tartu Peace Treaty

To learn more, please click here: Tartu Peace Treaty