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vi, 99 p. ; 23 cm.
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JN96 .A58 L56 2015 Unavailable In process Request

2. 101 Eesti mõisa [2014]

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215 pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm
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NA7412 .E88 M357 2014 Unknown
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1 videodisc (540 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (unpaged ; 18 cm) Sound: digital; optical; stereo. Video: PAL. Digital: video file; DVD video; all regions.
  • disc 1. 1. Laulupeo kontsert
  • disc 2. Laulupeo kontsert
  • disc 3. Tantsupidu.
The 26th Estonian Song Celebration and 19th Estonian Dance Celebration are born from the touch of time. The time stores each touch and it becomes history. Touch shared by hand, heart of words gives our lives and time a real value and power. It's up to us, what will be the touch of our time and our story. It's our time to touch!
  • disc 1. 1. Laulupeo kontsert
  • disc 2. Laulupeo kontsert
  • disc 3. Tantsupidu.
The 26th Estonian Song Celebration and 19th Estonian Dance Celebration are born from the touch of time. The time stores each touch and it becomes history. Touch shared by hand, heart of words gives our lives and time a real value and power. It's up to us, what will be the touch of our time and our story. It's our time to touch!
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ZDVD 34579 DISCS 1-3 Unknown
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469 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
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PH667.18 .A74 A684 2014 Unavailable At bindery Request
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253 pages : illustrations, facsimiles ; 24 cm
  • Einführung
  • Nachlassverzeichnisse als Quelle
  • Bibliotheksinhaber und die allgemeine Charakteristik der Bestände
  • Zur Struktur der Nachlassverzeichnisse
  • Umfang der Buchbestände
  • Verteilung der Bücher nach Sprachen
  • Thematische Verteilung
  • Historische Dimensionen
  • Autoren, deren Werke am meisten vertreten sind
  • Ausblick
  • Editionsprinzipien und Quellen des Index und der
  • Ergänzungen
  • Dank
  • Bücherkataloge
  • Superintendent und Bischoff Joachim Salemann (der Ältere) (1701-1730)
  • Secretarius Johann Gärtner (1710)
  • Pastor H(e)inrich Wildemann (1711)
  • Schul-College Johann Christian Schindler (1728?)
  • Professor Christian Pfützner (1738)
  • Professor Andrea [s] Bartholomäi (1939)
  • Studiosus Joh. Caspar Schoner (1743)
  • Professor Adolf Florian Sigismundi (1750-1757)
  • Candidatus juris Adrian Justus Mercker (1754)
  • Ober-Landes-Gerichts Ober-Secretär Justus Johannes Riesenkampff (1755-1772)
  • Secretarius Senatus Bernhard Hetling (1755)
  • Gerichts-Secretair Carl Gustav Dorsch (1765)
  • Doctor und Medicinae Practicus Christopher Alexander Wisoginsky (1766)
  • Notar Johann Christian Braht (1767-1781)
  • College an der Trivialschule Peter Joh. Nyberg (Nieberg) (1768)
  • Candidat Theologiae Joh. Christian Petzold (1769)
  • Professor Anton Mickwitz (1770)
  • Stadt-Jungferschule Informator Carl Gottfried Neumann (1772)
  • Candidat theologiae Martin Radack (1773)
  • Ober-Land-Gerichts-Actuarius Johann Christoph(er) Germann (1774)
  • Secretär (Wilhelm) August (Friedrich) Schilling (1775)
  • Arithmeticus Johann Conrad Greve (1777-1782)
  • Organist Heinrich Giese (1777)
  • College der Stadt Jungfer Schule Christoph Scheffler (1777)
  • Magister Eilert Wettring (1780)
  • Justice Rath und Bürgermeister Johann Hermann Haecks (1783-1784)
  • Actuarius Johann David Bagge (1784)
  • Regierungs-Protokollist August Ludwig Carl Schwarz (1785)
  • Register der in den Bücherlisten genannten Autoren.
  • Einführung
  • Nachlassverzeichnisse als Quelle
  • Bibliotheksinhaber und die allgemeine Charakteristik der Bestände
  • Zur Struktur der Nachlassverzeichnisse
  • Umfang der Buchbestände
  • Verteilung der Bücher nach Sprachen
  • Thematische Verteilung
  • Historische Dimensionen
  • Autoren, deren Werke am meisten vertreten sind
  • Ausblick
  • Editionsprinzipien und Quellen des Index und der
  • Ergänzungen
  • Dank
  • Bücherkataloge
  • Superintendent und Bischoff Joachim Salemann (der Ältere) (1701-1730)
  • Secretarius Johann Gärtner (1710)
  • Pastor H(e)inrich Wildemann (1711)
  • Schul-College Johann Christian Schindler (1728?)
  • Professor Christian Pfützner (1738)
  • Professor Andrea [s] Bartholomäi (1939)
  • Studiosus Joh. Caspar Schoner (1743)
  • Professor Adolf Florian Sigismundi (1750-1757)
  • Candidatus juris Adrian Justus Mercker (1754)
  • Ober-Landes-Gerichts Ober-Secretär Justus Johannes Riesenkampff (1755-1772)
  • Secretarius Senatus Bernhard Hetling (1755)
  • Gerichts-Secretair Carl Gustav Dorsch (1765)
  • Doctor und Medicinae Practicus Christopher Alexander Wisoginsky (1766)
  • Notar Johann Christian Braht (1767-1781)
  • College an der Trivialschule Peter Joh. Nyberg (Nieberg) (1768)
  • Candidat Theologiae Joh. Christian Petzold (1769)
  • Professor Anton Mickwitz (1770)
  • Stadt-Jungferschule Informator Carl Gottfried Neumann (1772)
  • Candidat theologiae Martin Radack (1773)
  • Ober-Land-Gerichts-Actuarius Johann Christoph(er) Germann (1774)
  • Secretär (Wilhelm) August (Friedrich) Schilling (1775)
  • Arithmeticus Johann Conrad Greve (1777-1782)
  • Organist Heinrich Giese (1777)
  • College der Stadt Jungfer Schule Christoph Scheffler (1777)
  • Magister Eilert Wettring (1780)
  • Justice Rath und Bürgermeister Johann Hermann Haecks (1783-1784)
  • Actuarius Johann David Bagge (1784)
  • Regierungs-Protokollist August Ludwig Carl Schwarz (1785)
  • Register der in den Bücherlisten genannten Autoren.
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Z940.3 .A13 T35 2014 Unavailable At bindery Request
Book
193 pages ; 25 cm
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PN5355 .E82 A38 2014 In-library use
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ii, 30 pages ; 28 cm
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HV6773.15 .C97 C65 2014 Unknown
Book
xiii, 350 p. : ill. (some col.).
  • Prologue-- Classical Cosmological Paradigm-- Galactic Models and Dark Matter in the Solar Vicinity-- Global Dark Matter-- The Cosmic Web-- The Nature of Dark Matter-- The Structure of the Cosmic Web-- Cosmic Inflation, Dark Energy and the Evolution of the Universe-- Epilogue.
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The concepts of dark matter and the cosmic web are some of the most significant developments in cosmology in the past century. They have decisively changed the classical cosmological paradigm, which was first elaborated upon during the first half of the 20th century but ran into serious problems in the second half. Today, they are integral parts of modern cosmology, which explains everything from the Big Bang to inflation to the large scale structure of the Universe. Dark Matter and Cosmic Web Story describes the contributions that led to a paradigm shift from the Eastern point of view. It describes the problems with the classical view, the attempts to solve them, the difficulties encountered by those solutions, and the conferences where the merits of the new concepts were debated. Amidst the science, the story of scientific work in a small country occupied by the Soviet Union and the tumultuous events that led to its breakup are detailed as well. This book is accompanied by a website which contains additional material: copies of the originals of some crucial papers, astronomical movies, and movies which showcase the private life of the author.
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  • Prologue-- Classical Cosmological Paradigm-- Galactic Models and Dark Matter in the Solar Vicinity-- Global Dark Matter-- The Cosmic Web-- The Nature of Dark Matter-- The Structure of the Cosmic Web-- Cosmic Inflation, Dark Energy and the Evolution of the Universe-- Epilogue.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
The concepts of dark matter and the cosmic web are some of the most significant developments in cosmology in the past century. They have decisively changed the classical cosmological paradigm, which was first elaborated upon during the first half of the 20th century but ran into serious problems in the second half. Today, they are integral parts of modern cosmology, which explains everything from the Big Bang to inflation to the large scale structure of the Universe. Dark Matter and Cosmic Web Story describes the contributions that led to a paradigm shift from the Eastern point of view. It describes the problems with the classical view, the attempts to solve them, the difficulties encountered by those solutions, and the conferences where the merits of the new concepts were debated. Amidst the science, the story of scientific work in a small country occupied by the Soviet Union and the tumultuous events that led to its breakup are detailed as well. This book is accompanied by a website which contains additional material: copies of the originals of some crucial papers, astronomical movies, and movies which showcase the private life of the author.
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Book
197 pages
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DK503.62 .A33 2014 Available
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317 pages
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Z375 .E74 E37 2014 Available
Book
656 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
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DK503.75 .N66 2014 Unknown
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Digital files.
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Online Archive of California
Correspondence, reports, and investigative files, relating to secret police and intelligence activities, dissident and anti-Soviet activities, and repatriation and nationalism issues, in Estonia, and to Russian refugees in Estonia before 1940 and post-World War II Estonian refugees in western Europe.
Correspondence, reports, and investigative files, relating to secret police and intelligence activities, dissident and anti-Soviet activities, and repatriation and nationalism issues, in Estonia, and to Russian refugees in Estonia before 1940 and post-World War II Estonian refugees in western Europe.
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2012C26 In-library use
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105 pages
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DK503.95 .P37 V55 2014 Available
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303 pages.
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NA1455 .E82 T355 2014 Unknown
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318 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
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SF284.52 .T55 A3 2014 Unknown
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188 pages.
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D552 .E75 2014 Unavailable At bindery Request
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190 pages
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VK1255 .E88 E45 2014 Unknown
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xix, 216 pages : illustrations (some color), color maps ; 25 cm.
  • Estonia: the land and its people
  • The Estonian economy
  • Estonian government and society
  • Estonian cultural life
  • Estonia: past and present
  • Latvia: the land and its people
  • The Latvian economy
  • Latvian government and society
  • Latvian cultural life
  • Latvia: past and present
  • Lithuania: the land and its people
  • The Lithuanian economy
  • Lithuanian government and society
  • Lithuanian cultural life
  • Lithuania: past and present
  • Poland: the land and its people
  • The Polish economy
  • Polish government and society
  • Polish cultural life
  • Beginnings of the Polish state to the Jagiellonians
  • The Polish-Lithuanian state of the commonwealth
  • Partitioned Poland
  • Poland in the 20th century and beyond.
Describes the geography, demographics, culture, government, history, and economy of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland.
  • Estonia: the land and its people
  • The Estonian economy
  • Estonian government and society
  • Estonian cultural life
  • Estonia: past and present
  • Latvia: the land and its people
  • The Latvian economy
  • Latvian government and society
  • Latvian cultural life
  • Latvia: past and present
  • Lithuania: the land and its people
  • The Lithuanian economy
  • Lithuanian government and society
  • Lithuanian cultural life
  • Lithuania: past and present
  • Poland: the land and its people
  • The Polish economy
  • Polish government and society
  • Polish cultural life
  • Beginnings of the Polish state to the Jagiellonians
  • The Polish-Lithuanian state of the commonwealth
  • Partitioned Poland
  • Poland in the 20th century and beyond.
Describes the geography, demographics, culture, government, history, and economy of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland.
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DK502.35 .E87 2014 Unknown
Book
216 pages ; 22 cm.
  • Introduction : expanding the history of European integration
  • PART I. PANEUROPEAN DISCUSSION IN ESTONIA
  • Paneuropean Union in Estonia
  • Diplomatic means
  • Economic consequences
  • Cultural premises
  • The disintegrating 1930s
  • Common Estonian features in the discussion
  • PART II. NAZI NEW EUROPE AND THE OCCUPIED ESTONIA
  • Totalitarian Europe
  • Aleksander Warma consolidating Europe
  • Estonia in the new Europe
  • PART III. ESTONIAN EMIGRANTS IN THE EUROPEAN MOVEMENT
  • The Estonian National Committee of the European Movement
  • Creating contacts and joining
  • Inside the European Movement
  • The outsider's view
  • Uniting the divided continent
  • PART IV. CONCLUSIONS
  • Estonians for European Union?
"Estonians for Europe provides a niche insight into nearly eighty years of the history surrounding European unification. Concentrating on Estonian aspirations for an integrative organization in international relations, the book illustrates a number of parallels and differences in view of commonly held narratives of 20th century European history"-- Provided by publisher.
  • Introduction : expanding the history of European integration
  • PART I. PANEUROPEAN DISCUSSION IN ESTONIA
  • Paneuropean Union in Estonia
  • Diplomatic means
  • Economic consequences
  • Cultural premises
  • The disintegrating 1930s
  • Common Estonian features in the discussion
  • PART II. NAZI NEW EUROPE AND THE OCCUPIED ESTONIA
  • Totalitarian Europe
  • Aleksander Warma consolidating Europe
  • Estonia in the new Europe
  • PART III. ESTONIAN EMIGRANTS IN THE EUROPEAN MOVEMENT
  • The Estonian National Committee of the European Movement
  • Creating contacts and joining
  • Inside the European Movement
  • The outsider's view
  • Uniting the divided continent
  • PART IV. CONCLUSIONS
  • Estonians for European Union?
"Estonians for Europe provides a niche insight into nearly eighty years of the history surrounding European unification. Concentrating on Estonian aspirations for an integrative organization in international relations, the book illustrates a number of parallels and differences in view of commonly held narratives of 20th century European history"-- Provided by publisher.
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JN15 .H39 2014 Unknown
Book
219 pages : maps ; 22 cm
  • The collective farm
  • Former owners
  • The Russians
  • The new reality
  • The mercy of God
  • History
  • Dear comrades
  • Winter
  • Normal life
  • Everything is wonderful
  • Swirls of dust
  • Summer.
Just like it was taken for granted that houses could be abandoned and slowly decay, so it was taken for granted that people died in prisons, and that it was possible that no-one would really ever know the cause of death. This is the nature of totalitarianism. In 1993-94 Sigrid Rausing completed her anthropological fieldwork on the peninsula of Noarootsi, a former Soviet border protection zone in Estonia. Abandoned watch towers dotted the coast line, and the huge fields of the Lenin collective farm were lying fallow, waiting for claims from former owners, fleeing war and Soviet and Nazi occupation. Rausing's conversations with the local people touched on many subjects: the economic privations of post-Soviet existence, the bewildering influx of western products, and the Swedish background of many of them. In Everything Is Wonderful Rausing reflects on history, political repression, and the story of the minority Swedes in the area. She lived and worked amongst the villagers, witnessing their transition from repression to freedom, and from Soviet neglect to post-Soviet austerity.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • The collective farm
  • Former owners
  • The Russians
  • The new reality
  • The mercy of God
  • History
  • Dear comrades
  • Winter
  • Normal life
  • Everything is wonderful
  • Swirls of dust
  • Summer.
Just like it was taken for granted that houses could be abandoned and slowly decay, so it was taken for granted that people died in prisons, and that it was possible that no-one would really ever know the cause of death. This is the nature of totalitarianism. In 1993-94 Sigrid Rausing completed her anthropological fieldwork on the peninsula of Noarootsi, a former Soviet border protection zone in Estonia. Abandoned watch towers dotted the coast line, and the huge fields of the Lenin collective farm were lying fallow, waiting for claims from former owners, fleeing war and Soviet and Nazi occupation. Rausing's conversations with the local people touched on many subjects: the economic privations of post-Soviet existence, the bewildering influx of western products, and the Swedish background of many of them. In Everything Is Wonderful Rausing reflects on history, political repression, and the story of the minority Swedes in the area. She lived and worked amongst the villagers, witnessing their transition from repression to freedom, and from Soviet neglect to post-Soviet austerity.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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HD1492 .E7 R37 2014 Unknown
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