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In the autumn of 1939, Estonian diplomats had urged the government to take such measures in order to prepare for a diplomatic mission abroad that could last two to three years. 55 The Estonian government, as well as the Latvian and Lithuanian governments, did nothing. 56 As to the coordination of diplomatic activities in case the government was not able to function, preparations were equally inadequate. Latvia and Lithuania each appointed one of their ambassadors as the head of the diplomatic mission with emergency powers to coordinate policies and replace representatives.
8 British Perceptions and Reactions 21 It was not regarded as completely inconceivable that Moscow would refrain from Sovietizing the Baltic states for the time being. ”9 Evidently there were no illusions in the Foreign Office about the Soviet methods. Eventual absorption was considered inevitable. Wilfred Gallienne, the British consul in Tallinn, expected the disintegration of self-government in these states to start as soon as the Red Army entered and proceeded to their bases. The consulate began preparing for the evacuation of British subjects, estimated at 190.
Balutis in London and Povilas Žadeikis in Washington for Lithuania. Preconditions for prolonged activity were most inadequate. What affected the work of Baltic diplomats most was the lack of legitimacy. 46 Probably fearing to provoke the Soviets, the governments of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania had failed to protest against Soviet encroachment on their sovereignty in 1939 and again in 1940. Moreover, the authoritarian governments of Päts, Ulmanis, and Merkys had helped create the impression that the Sovietization was quite voluntary and constitutional, at least in the beginning, when they appointed the new Socialist governments, changed election laws, and passed decrees required by Soviet agents.
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