|Died||May 29, 1968 (aged 72)|
|Known for||The Gulag Archipelago by|
Susi was born in North Caucasus. He befriended Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn in a Soviet prison. When writing The Gulag Archipelago Solzhenitsyn hid at Susi's country house in Estonia. Solzhenitsyn also briefly describes his meeting with Arnold Susi in that book. Susi also wrote his memoirs of World War I in Doom of the Russian Empire (in Estonian: Vene impeeriumi hukk), which he wrote while in Abakan. He died in Tallinn, aged 72.
- "The heads of state celebrated the 63rd anniversary of the establishment of Otto Tief's government". The Government of the Republic of Estonia. 2007-09-19. Retrieved 2008-10-24.
- Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr (1997). Invisible Allies. Basic Books. pp. 46–64 The Estonians. ISBN 978-1-887178-42-6.
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