On 22-26 September, an outdoor exhibition “The “Liberator” arrived”, compiled by the Estonian Institute of Historical Memory in cooperation with the National Library of Estonia, is open to everyone on Freedom Square in Tallinn.

The exhibition tells the story of Red Army terror in reoccupied Estonia in 1944-1945 via historical documents and posters, against the backdrop of the Soviet liberator-myth. On 22 September 1944, Tallinn was occupied and devastated by the Red Army. The online version of the exhibition is available here.