Vaba Maa ('Free Country') was a daily newspaper in Estonia, published from Tallinn. It was the organ of the Estonian Labour Party.[1] Vaba Maa had a circulation of about 50,000 in the early 1920s.[2]

Ants Piip became the editor of Vaba Maa in 1923.[3]

Vaba Maa was owned by Aleksander Weiler.[4]


  1. ^ Wende, Frank. Lexikon zur Geschichte der Parteien in Europa. Stuttgart: Kröner, 1981. p. 141
  2. ^ Miljan, Toivo. Historical Dictionary of Estonia. European historical dictionaries, 43. Lanham, Md. [u.a.]: Scarecrow Press, 2004. p. 343
  3. ^ McHugh, James T., and James S. Pacy. Diplomats Without a Country: Baltic Diplomacy, International Law, and the Cold War. Westport, Conn [u.a.]: Greenwood Press, 2001. p. 179
  4. ^ Kasekamp, Andres. The Radical Right in Interwar Estonia. Basingstoke: Macmillan Press in association with School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London, 2000. p. 62