Balts Are Free But `Winter Is Coming'

Several days after the failed Soviet coup, Communist Party apparatchiki dutifully reported for work at the Central Committee headquarters in Tallinn, Estonia's quaint capital on the Gulf of Finland. There they got the biggest jolt since natives watched Stalin's troops seize the Baltic states 51 years ago. The building had been shut by order of the city council. The likely new occupant: a church that plans to use it for Bible classes.

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