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Eestlased Rootsis / Estonians in Sweden

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  • Artur Taska (1912 - 1994)
    Artur Taska (20. jaanuar 1912 Tartumaa, Konguta vald (teistel andmetel Väike-Verevi, Meeri vald) – 29. september 1994 Lund, Rootsi) oli eesti õigusteadlane ja kultuuriloolane. Aval...
  • Sulev Nurmiste (1925 - 2003)
    Saaga TLA.1359.2.64:275?143,924,903,269,0 Emigreerumine Rootsi Saaga ERA.4942.4.11:1574?214,248,886,774,0
  • Artur Tarmet (1898 - 1998)
    Artur Tarmet (kuni 1935. aastani Artur Trubok; 26. september 1898 Liiguste, Aaspere vald, Virumaa – 15. mai 1998 Stockholm) oli eesti agronoom. PR Rakvere 1920-1940 Saaga EAA.3057.1.86:111
  • Erich (Eero) Tarjus (1917 - 2005)
    Eero Tarjus (14. juuli 1917 Retla, Alliku vald, Järvamaa – 24. september 2005 Landvetter) oli eesti õpetaja ja koorijuht. Sünd ja uus nimi: +13 päeva Surm...
  • Taimo Leete (1902 - 1990)
    Vil! Taimo Leete sündis 1. novembril, 1902. a. Kolga vallas Harjumaal, Silberbergide mõisas, noorema pojana. Taimo Leete kuulub Tartu konvendi esimesse coetusesse, endise nimega Gerhard S...

Siia projekti soovime Geni'st kokku koguda tuntumaid eestlased Rootsis läbi kõigi ajajärkude.

http://www.geni.com/documents/view?doc_id=6000000037623778992&graph_node_id=profile-6000000021719791545 Added a document refugees refugees Sweden Directory of 6,000 refugees from the Baltic countries 1944-1945 that came to Gotland by Mickael Lundgren Available in Bengt Göran Holmert Book Gotland during the Emergency years 1939-1945 There were a total of 11,000 people who came to Gotland 1944-1945 But only 6,000 fine in this registry

NATIONAL ARCHIVES Stockholm the acts of all who came as refugees during World War II from Estonia and other countries. There they have left a life story that hopefully is good and information on his family in Estonia. The files are in Satens foreign Commission of Bert-Ola Söderlund