Estonian national-democratic movement Estonia was occupied by Soviet troops at the same time Latvia and Lithuania - the summer of 1940 and the same as in the two other Baltic countries, Estonia immediately after the occupation began pursuit of real and potential opponents of the new government. In early 1941 there was a wave of arrests and deportations of Estonians seized 10 thousand, and in 1944 returned to Estonia Soviet army caused a mass emigration of Estonians. Dimensions of this emigration are unknown, but, according to the Estonian samizdat document in 1982,  home leave "tens of thousands" of Estonians. In 1944-1953 gg. Arrests took place constantly, reaching the greatest scope in 1949, when they were arrested or deported 40 thousand. Estonians. As a result of these tests by 1956 from the 995,000 Estonians living at home in 1939 (end of the period of Estonia's independence), or one in five died or left home. In 1982, 948 thousand lived in Estonia. Estonians, ie 4.7% less than before the war. 
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