#53557 Overall Influence

Konstantin Päts

Estonian politician

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Konstantin Päts was the most influential politician of interwar Estonia, and served five times as the country's head of government. He was one of the first Estonians to become active in politics and started an almost 40-year political rivalry with Jaan Tõnisson, first through journalism with his newspaper Teataja, later through politics. He was condemned to death during the 1905 Revolution, but managed to flee first to Switzerland, then to Finland, where he continued his literary work. He returned to Estonia, but had to spend time in prison in 1910–1911.

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University of Tartu

University in the city of Tartu, Estonia

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#5472 World Rank
Law
#21746 World Rank
Communications