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Non believer/Agnostic account 22%, Atheist accounts for 15%, and undeclared accounts for 15%. [359] The most recent Pew Research Center, found that in 2015, 51% of the population of Estonia declared itself Christian, 45% religiously unaffiliated—a category which includes atheists, agnostics and those who describe their religion as "nothing in particular", while 2% belonged to other faiths. [360] The Christians divided between 25% Eastern Orthodox, 20% Lutherans, 5% other Christians and 1% Catholic. 9–10. ISBN 9780313331251. ^ Raun, Toivo U. p. 20. ISBN 9780817928537. ^ O'Connor, Kevin (2006). p. 10. ISBN 9780313331251. ^ Pekomäe, Vello (1986). Estland genom tiderna (in Swedish). Stockholm: VÄLIS-EESTI & EMP. p. 319. ISBN 91-86116-47-9. ^ Jokipii, Mauno (1992). Jokipii, Mauno (ed. Baltisk kultur och historia (in Swedish). Bonniers. pp. 22–23. ISBN 9789134512078. ^ Miljan, Toivo (2015). Historical Dictionary of Estonia. Bound for the Eastern Baltic: Trade and Centres AD 800–1200". In Barrett, James H. ; Gibbon, Sarah Jane (eds. Maritime Societies of the Viking and Medieval World. Maney Publishing. pp. 45–46. ISBN 978-1-909662-79-7. ^ Martens, Irmelin (2004). "Indigenous and imported Viking Age weapons in Norway – a problem with European implications" (PDF). Journal of Nordic Archaeological Science. 14: 132–135. Retrieved 19 December 2019. ^ Raun, Toivo U. ISBN 9780817928537. ^ Raukas, Anto (2002). ^ a b c Frucht, Richard C. p. 121. ISBN 9781576078006. ^ O'Connor, Kevin (2003). The History of the Baltic States. p. 25. ISBN 9780313323553. ^ Raun, Toivo U. ISBN 9780817928537. ^ a b Raun, Toivo U. ISBN 9780817928537. ^ Stone, David R. A Military History of Russia: From Ivan the Terrible to the War in Chechnya. pp. 14–18. ISBN 9780275985028. ^ Raun, Toivo U. pp. 28–29. ISBN 9780817928537. ^ Raun, Toivo U. ISBN 9780817928537. ^ Williams, Nicola; Herrmann, Debra; Kemp, Cathryn (2003). Estonia, Latvia & Lithuania. The Defence League has 17, 000 members, with additional 11, 000 volunteers in its affiliated organisations. [227][228] Estonia co-operates with Latvia and Lithuania in several trilateral Baltic defence co-operation initiatives. As part of Baltic Air Surveillance Network (BALTNET) the three countries manage the Baltic airspace control center, Baltic Battalion (BALTBAT) has participated in the NATO Response Force, and a joint military educational institution Baltic Defence College is located in Tartu. University of Michigan. p. 190. ISBN 1-74059-132-1. ^ Frost, Robert I. p. 77. ISBN 9781317898573. ^ Raukas, Anto (2002). p. 283. ISBN 9985701151. ^ Raun, Toivo U. pp. 32–33. p. 33. p. 34. ISBN 9780817928537. ^ "The Baltic States from 1914 to 1923 By LtCol Andrew Parrott" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 19 March 2009. ^ Raun, Toivo U. p. 38. p. 41. pp. Denmark vs Estonia - Prithvi News English Tag: Denmark vs Estonia · Denmark vs Estonia T10 Live Score, Estonia vs Denmark T... · Germany vs Portugal T10 Prediction Scorecard Europ... · Scotland XI vs ... Estonia vs Denmark H2H - Livescore Estonia x Denmark h2h - Estonia x Denmark head to head results. [144] In 1988, new political movements appeared, such as the Popular Front of Estonia, which came to represent the moderate wing in the independence movement, and the more radical Estonian National Independence Party, which was the first non-communist party in the Soviet Union and demanded full restoration of independence. [145] On 16 November 1988, after the first non-rigged multi-candidate elections in half a century, the parliament of Soviet-controlled Estonia issued the Sovereignty Declaration, asserting the primacy of Estonian laws. Over the next two years, many other administrative parts (or "republics") of the USSR followed the Estonian example, issuing similar declarations. [146][147] On 23 August 1989, about 2 million Estonians, Latvians and Lithuanians participated in a mass demonstration, forming the Baltic Way human chain across the three countries. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 441. ISBN 9780810875135. ^ Frucht, Richard C. Eastern Europe: An Introduction to the People, Lands, and Culture, Volume 1. p. 100. ISBN 9781576078006. ^ Frost, Robert I. (2014). The Northern Wars: War, State and Society in Northeastern Europe, 1558 – 1721. p. 305. ISBN 9781317898573. ^ Raudkivi, Priit (2007). Vana-Liivimaa maapäev (in Estonian). Argo. pp. 118–119. ISBN 978-9949-415-84-7. ^ Mol, Johannes A. ; Militzer, Klaus; Nicholson, Helen J. (2006). The Military Orders and the Reformation: Choices, State Building, and the Weight of Tradition. Uitgeverij Verloren. pp. 5–6. ISBN 9789065509130. Montenegro W vs Estonia W Live Score and Live Stream So, whenever there is an official live broadcast of Montenegro W - Estonia W match available that isn't behind a paywall - you will be able to watch it on ...


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