The Soviet repressions against Orthodox members of the Russian Student Christian Movement in Estonia in 1940–1941 are the subject of the article. The main phases of the repressions against the clergy and laity are illustrated by the actual life stories of three Movement members. The main body of research is based on files from the Estonian State Archive. The article is published as part of the series of articles and documentaries that tell the life stories of RSCM members in the XX century Baltic States. The series reopens the debate on the mechanism of Soviet repressions against Orthodox believers.
Keywords: Soviet repressions, RSCM, Estonia, Orthodox Church.