Category:Post of Estonia

エストニア郵便 (ja); Eesti Post (fr); Eesti Post (et); Omniva (uk); Eesti Post (nl); Eesti Post (ru); Eesti Post (de); Eesti Post (fi); Eesti Post (en); Omniva (lv) Estonian international post and logistics company (en); شركة إستونية (ar) Omniva (en); Omniva (de); Omniva (et)
Eesti Post 
Estonian international post and logistics company
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Location Estonia
Headquarters location
  • Tallinn (28 Pallasti St., 10001, 59°25′49.42″N 24°47′37.23″E, Estonia)
  • 1991
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Important events related to the postal history of Estonia:

  • 1712 Part of the Russian empire
  • 1917 Soviet control
  • 1918, 24 February, independence declaration. Occupation by Germany then Soviets.
1918 German stamps 'Postgebiet (des) Ob(erbefehlshabers) Ost' (eastern postal territory)
1918, March 5 emergency issue 'Dorpat'
1918, November 24 Estonian stamp issues
  • 1920 Republic of Estonia recognized by Soviets
  • 1940, August 6 annexation by Soviets as Estonian SSR
1940, August 15 Estonian SSR stamps
  • 1941 occupation by Nazi Germany
1941 summer, Estonian post under German occupation
1941, July–August local issues Elva, Mõisaküla, Otepää, Pärnu
1941, August 7 national occupation issues
  • 1944, October 3 re-annexation by Soviets, Estonian SSR
  • 1991, August 20 independence
October 1, 1991 Estonian post, USSR stamps valid until December 31, 1991


This category has the following 9 subcategories, out of 9 total.





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