Gelion, it would actually help if you knew something about the Nazi "plans" for the East before saying nonsense like that they "(...) planned to kill 100% of (...)". 1st, there was no coherent strategy for a long-term administration of the East. There were several competing "plans", none of which had officially been adopted when the Germans still had time to implement them. Eventually the policy in occupied territories was driven by a weird mixture of pragmatism (how to obtain food for the Wehrmacht) and the usual racist idiocy. I am not talking about the Jews now, we all know that in their case there was a plan. 2nd, even the worst variants of the plan considered didn't include wholesale extermination of any of the Slavic, Baltic or other nations in the East. Enslavement, exploitation, humiliation, ethnic cleansing, forced expulsions, resettlement - all these things were present in some of the proposed variants, but a 100% extermination? Nope. 3rd, none of this is even relevant in this discussion. Since even the Nazis didn't know what to do in the East, how the hell can you say the Estonians or Ukrainians or whoever else could have had the slightest idea? Again, from the Baltic point of view, Germans were no worse than the Soviets - and they promised liberation (and they lied, but again, the Balts couldn't have known it), so it seemed a good idea to be on their winning side. In their view, they were fighting for their eventual independence. What you're doing here is your typical "let's ignore the facts and focus on throwing dirt at some small nation that dares to disagree with my Russian* point of view." Spoiler : * Russian, therefore right. Funny how you or anybody else didn't react to my question whether Russia would allow a group of anti-communist provocateurs to disrupt a gathering of the Russian veterans of the Great Patriot War. Something tells me the answer would be a resounding "Nyet!" For this reason alone you have exactly 0% right to criticize Estonia.