Soviet Navy Sverdlov class cruiser "Mikhail Kutuzov" (google.image) 9.17 (Rare Color)

Soviet Navy Sverdlov class cruiser "Mikhail Kutuzov" (google.image) 9.17 (Rare Color)

Soviet Navy Sverdlov class cruiser "Ordzhonikidze" (google.image) 9.17

Soviet Navy Sverdlov class cruiser "Ordzhonikidze" (google.image) 9.17

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(Modern Ships) Russian Vessels - Comparison by Myss-Burrito on DeviantArt

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Russian WWII Propaganda poster "Forward, to the West" Red fleet propaganda

Estonian artists have take the unusual step of restoring a Soviet navy mural.

Estonian restorers save Soviet mural

Estonian artists have take the unusual step of restoring a Soviet navy mural.

The Soviet Navy Vs. Modern Day Russia's in One Graphic  - PopularMechanics.com

Soviet Navy Vs. Modern Russia's in One Graphic

The Development of Soviet/Russian Naval Capabilities after the Cold War — Infographic

IJN destroyer Harutsuki was a Akizuki-class destroyer (the future Soviet Vnezapniy) at sea in December 1944. After the war, August 28, 1947 was transferred to the Soviet Union and became part of the Soviet Navy under the name of Vnezapniy. Served in the Soviet Navy until June 4, 1969. She was armed with 100mm guns, 4 of 610mm torpedo tubes and 39 of the 25mm automatic anti-aircraft guns in triple and single installations, and carried 54 depth charges. 大日本帝国海軍駆逐艦-春月

IJN destroyer Harutsuki was a Akizuki-class destroyer (the future Soviet Vnezapniy) at sea in December 1944. After the war, August 28, 1947 was transferred to the Soviet Union and became part of the Soviet Navy under the name of Vnezapniy. Served in the Soviet Navy until June 4, 1969. She was armed with 100mm guns, 4 of 610mm torpedo tubes and 39 of the 25mm automatic anti-aircraft guns in triple and single installations, and carried 54 depth charges. 大日本帝国海軍駆逐艦-春月

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