An exhibition of Bruno Linneberg, an Estonian navy and intelligence Officer. New exhibition in March 2021

Bruno Aleksander Linneberg joined the Navy during the Estonian War of Independence. Being only 19 years old but growing into one of the most gifted and bright officers in Estonian naval forces granted with both the gift and a curse to live in a historically complicated era.

 

The personal exhibition “UMUK UDŽD OTBAn exhibition of Bruno Linneberg, an Estonian navy and intelligence Officer” in the Seaplane Harbour, based on research by the Estonian Maritime Museum. The exhibition explores the life and choices of an extraordinary Estonian man during the most hectic decades of the 20th century that shaped Estonia’s destiny and the entire world. Through the career of Bruno Linneberg, we get to know the story of the Estonian Navy between the two world wars and witness the destruction of an extraordinary life’s work.

Since an essential part of Linneberg’s career was performing intelligence assignments, the exhibition is the first to open the door to Estonian intelligence’s thrilling and dangerous world during the first half of the 20th century.

 

The exhibition’s curator is Arto Oll, a researcher of the Estonian Maritime Museum and co-author of a book on Lieutenant Commander Linneberg, Pagide Pillutada (Argo, 2021), alongside Reet Naber. The exhibition was created in cooperation with an intelligence historian Ivo Juurvee, the author of the book 100 aastat luuret ja vastuluuret Eestis and a consultant to the movie O2.

Näituse meeskond / Exhibition team / Команда выставки

Kuraatorid / Curators / Кураторы
Arto Oll (Eesti Meremuuseum), Ivo Juurvee (Rahvusvaheline Kaitseuuringute Keskus)

Näituse loovlahendus ja teostus / Creative solution and implementation of the exhibition /Креативное решение и реализация выставки
MOTOR OÜ
Loovjuhtimine ja näituseruumi lahendus / Creative management and interior design / Креативное руководство и решение выставочного пространства
Mae Kivilo
Graafiline disain / Graphic Design / Графический дизайн
Karilin Tõnisoja
Audiovisuaalsed lahendused / Audiovisual solutions / Аудиовизуальные решения
Mart Taniel, Joosep Maripuu
Projektijuhtimine / Project Manager / Управление проектом
Helen Küppas
Tehnilised lahendused / Technical solutions / Технические решения
Kristo Reisner, Annes Leht
Ehitus / Construction / Строительство
Herkki Särkinen, Ivo Metsmaa, Tiit Kotsar

Esemete ettevalmistus näituseks / Preparation of items for exhibition / Подготовка предметов к выставке
Ruth Ristmägi, Mihkel Karu, Svetlana Torba, Andres Eero, Juri Borzov, Jüri Žurba, Eero Ehala, Roman Matkiewicz
Mängulised lahendused / Playful solutions / Игровые решения
Motor OÜ, Irma Mets, Roman Matkiewicz
Ligipääsetavus / Accessibility / Доступность
Aive Peil, Artur Räpp, Jari Pärgma ja Eesti Viipekeele Selts
Tehnilised lahendused / Technical solutions / Технические решения
Tõnis Veltman

Tõlked ja keeletoimetus / Translations and editing / Переводы и литературное редактирование
Tõlkebüroo Pangloss, Hille Saluäär, Philip Lawrence, Victor Madeira, Roman Matkiewicz
Trükk / Printing / Печать
OÜ Digitrükk

Turunduse projektijuht / Project Manager for Marketing / Руководитель проекта по маркетингу
Iris Tomson

Näituse projektijuht / Project Manager / Руководитель проекта выставки
Kadi Karine

Eriline tänu / Special thanks to / Особая благодарность
Sander Jürisson, Õnne Mets, Teele Siig, Tõnu Joonas, Maie Tooming, Herman Miller, Valter Vaht, Jörgen Linneberg, Martin Booth, David Abrutat (GCHQ), Kalle Kindel, Martin Soerensen ja Binocular History Society, Plado Art Services, Ott Sarapuu, Andrus Kõresaar, Maigi Koplimets, Kaarel Kuusk, Reigo Rosenthal

Rahvusarhiiv, Eesti Ajaloomuuseum, Suurbritannia Rahvusarhiiv (United Kingdom National Archives), Ühendkuningriikide Valitsusside Peakorter (GCHQ), Deutsches Marinemuseum, Deutsches Schifffahrtsmuseum

Toetaja / Sponsor / Поддержка
Eesti Kultuurkapital

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