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Who is Mart Laar?
Mart Laar is an Estonian statesman and historian. He served as the Prime Minister of Estonia from 1992 to 1994 and from 1999 to 2002. Laar is credited with having helped bring about Estonia’s rapid economic development during the 1990s.
- also known as Mõmmibeebi (Babybear), M. Laar
- born on (55 years ago) in Viljandi
- nationality: Estonia
- education: University of Tartu
- profession: Politician
- written works: "Estonia in World War II", "Estonia", "War in the woods"
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Emancipation, Transition, Nation, and War
Mart Laar is an exemplary liberal from an exemplary post-Soviet country within transition culture. Laar narrates a story of necessity and opportunity that resonates with other stories of transition ...
Emancipation, Transition, Nation, and War by Michael D. Kennedy
Mart Laar is an exemplary liberal from an exemplary post-Soviet country within transition culture. Laar narrates a story of necessity and opportunity that ...
For guerrilla resistance, see Mart Laar, War in the Woods. Estonia's Struggle for ...
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