Uprooted: A Story of Estonia (Part IV)

Part III was about the day it all broke open.

Ralph lived with his mother Ida and brother Karl in Rahumae, a suburb of Tallin. Even though the Russians had passed a law making it illegal to own radios, Ralph and Karl, like many other Estonians, secretly owned radios in order to maintain contact with the outside world. The country’s newspapers now only carried propaganda approved by the Communists.

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