Estonian veterans mark 67th liberation of Tallinn from Nazis
In Estonia Second World War veterans mark the 67th anniversary of liberation of Tallinn from Nazis. The veterans are to lay wreaths and flowers to the Bronze Soldier monument at the military cemetery in Tallinn.
At present, more than 8,000 veterans reside in Estonia and 3,000 of them live in the capital of Tallinn. On Thursday, Estonia also marks the day of the national resistance to the Soviet troops, which drove Nazi occupants from the republic.