Uus Eesti was a daily newspaper published in Estonia from September 1935 until the Soviet occupation of Estonia in June 1940. The newspaper was politically aligned with the then Estonian government.
|Editor-in-chief||Artur Tupits (1935-1937)|
Ants Oidermaa (1937-1939)
|Ceased publication||21 June 1940|
|Sister newspapers||Uus Eesti kalender (1935-1939) |
Hommikune Uus Eesti (1938)
The paper was established in September 1935, as the successor to the paper Kaja.
Columnists and regular contributors of Uus Eesti included Johannes Aavik, Paul Öpik, Friedebert Tuglas, Aleksander Tõnisson, Marie Under, August Gailit, Paul Kogerman, Mait Metsanurk, Henrik Visnapuu, and others.
In 1937, the National Archives of Estonia made an agreement with Uus Eesti photographer A. Kalm to share one photograph of each major public event in Estonia, as part of a larger project to preserve photographs from national newspapers.
- Eesti Entsucklopeedia. Uus Eesti (1935–1940) (in Estonian)
- Milja, Toivo Historical Dictionary of Estonia p. 315
- Kes on "Uus Eesti" juures? Uus Eesti, 18. september 1935, nr. 1, lk. 6.
- Eesti Filmiarhiv About the archive
- Toomos, Hiio. (2006). Estonia, 1940-1945: Reports of the Estonian International Commission for the Investigation of Crimes Against Humanity p. 190