August Torma (1895-1971)

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Voltveti, Estonie, 19-02-1895
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Londres, 12-03-1971
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Écrit aussi en anglais
Diplomate estonien, en poste à Londres (à partir de 1934). - Après l'invasion soviétique de son pays en 1940, il reste à la légation de Londres et continue à fréquenter le Foreign Office. - Défenseur de l'indépendance estonienne
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Auteur du texte2 documents

  • Estonia, 1918-1952

    Material description : 1 vol. (48 p.)
    Note : Note : The Free course of Central-Eastern European studies. Series 2. Monographs of individual countries
    Edition : 1952 London [s.n.]

  • August Torma. Independence and interdependence. [Inaugural lecture given on January 25, 1952, at the General W. Sikorski historical Institute in London.]

    Material description : In-8° , 16 p.
    Note : Note : The Free course of Central-Eastern European studies
    Edition : 1952 London Gryf printers

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  • Documents by this author : Independence and interdependence / August Torma, 1952
    The last ambassador / Tina Tamman, 2011
  • Ouvrages de reference : Eesti elulood, 2000 : nom d'origine Schmidt, prénoms complets : August Johannes
    LC Authorities (2011-09-23)
  • Catalogues de la BnF : BnF Service finno-ougrien, balte, 2011-11-08

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