Ostsee – Zeitung was a German newspaper printed in Tallinn, Estonia. The newspaper was published 6 times a week with 8 pages. The publication typical size was 11,8,×16,8 inches (29×42 cm). In June 17th, 1940, the Red Army started to occupy Estonia. After only one month the communist regime was established and almost all press publications were banned. On August 1st, 1940 the last issue, No 52, of Ostsee-Zeitung was published.