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Viljandi, Estonia - July 25, 2015: Estonians play impromptu music during the annual Viljandi Folk Music Festival in Viljandi, Estonia. Behidn them is a statue of Johan Laidoner, who was exiled by Stalin when the Soviet Union occupied Estonia in 1940. He died 13 years later, in 1953, at Vladimir Central Prison outside Moscow (the same prison where American U-2 pilot Francis Gary Powers would be held less than a decade later).
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Viljandi, Estonia - July 25, 2015: Estonians play impromptu music during the annual Viljandi Folk Music Festival in Viljandi, Estonia. Behidn them is a statue of Johan Laidoner, who was exiled by Stalin when the Soviet Union occupied Estonia in 1940. He died 13 years later, in 1953, at Vladimir Central Prison outside Moscow (the same prison where American U-2 pilot Francis Gary Powers would be held less than a decade later).