Chaplains of the Estonian defense forces today laid wreaths at the Sinimaed memorial in Ida-Viru County and the monument to fallen Red Army soldiers and prayed in memory of the victims of one of the fiercest battles of World War Two that occurred in Estonia.
The flowers and the prayers honoured all the casualties regardless of the side for which they fought, as well as the civilians who died or suffered in the violence, military spokespeople in Tallinn said.
The battles fought between the Red Army and German forces in the Sinimaed area in northeastern E...
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