Cold War Coasts project presentation at the ESEH conference

At the recently held biannual conference of the European Society for Environmental History (ESEH) in Bristol, Cold War Coasts was represented through a major poster presentation in the main conference area. It reported on research results from our Estonian sub-project, carried out in a collective effort by Kati Lindström, Kadri Tüür, Kaarel Vanamölder and Denis Jatsenko. The title was “Borders and Practices: Shaping the Estonian National Environment in the Embrace of the Soviet Military“.

These research finds will be further incorporated into several scientific articles that the Cold War Coasts team is now working on, all of which integrate research results from our three country case studies: Sweden, Estonia and Latvia.

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