Virtually the entire Jewish population of prewar Estonia was destroyed during the Holocaust, so eye-witness accounts of survivors in Estonia are extremely rare.
The Visual History Archive contains over 200 interviewees talking about their experiences in this country. Almost all are survivors who were deported from outside Estonia to camps such as Vaivara, Ereda, Goldfilz, and Klooga, as well as various German prisoner of war camps. Only one interviewee was born in Estonia: a Jewish survivor who managed to flee in 1941.
The nine interviews conducted by the USC Shoah Foundation in Estonia are Russian-language testimonies with Jewish survivors who moved to Estonia after the war.
Weiss-Wendt, Anton. Murder without Hatred: Estonians and the Holocaust, Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 2009.