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  1. Mauzil

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    The "State Anthem of the Estonian SSR" was the regional anthem of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic from to During the decades of the Soviet occupation of Estonia, the official Estonian anthem was strictly forbidden. Throughout the years of prohibition, Lydia Koidula's poem, Mu isamaa on minu arm, with a melody by Gustav Ernesaks served as .
  2. Kazijora

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    The "State Anthem of the Estonian SSR" was the anthem of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic under the Soviet Union from to (Stalin lyrics from - ) During the decades of the Soviet occupation of Estonia, the official Estonian anthem was strictly forbidden.
  3. Voodoosida

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    Aug 22,  · Anthem of the Estonian Ssr · State Symphony Orchestra of Estonia · Mixed Choir of Estonian National Radio Service and TV National Anthems of the Soviet Union and Union Republics ℗ FSUE.
  4. Daibei

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    The Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic was renamed as the Republic of Estonia on 8 May The independence of the Republic of Estonia was re-established on 20 August during the Soviet coup d'état attempt the following year and the Soviet Union itself recognized the independence of Estonia on 6 September
  5. Jushakar

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    "Mu isamaa, mu õnn ja rõõm" ('My Fatherland, My Happiness and Joy'; [mu ˈisɑ.mɑː, mu ˈɤnʲˈ jɑ ˈrɤːm]) is the national anthem of Estonia. It was adopted as the national anthem ((riigi)hümn) in The lyrics were written by Johann Voldemar Jannsen and are set to a melody composed in by Fredrik (Friedrich) Pacius which is also that of the national anthem of Finland: .

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