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

September 16, 1955 – A Soviet Navy Zulu class submarine becomes the first submarine to launch a ballistic missile.

September 1955 – A Soviet Navy Zulu class submarine becomes the first submarine to launch a ballistic missile.

Here is a historical line-up of Russian / Soviet Navy Fleet submarines, starting from the World War I "Bars"-class (1915) and ending with the first nuclear sub series.

Here is a historical line-up of Russian / Soviet Navy Fleet submarines, starting from the World War I "Bars"-class and ending with the first nuclear sub series.

Soviet Navy sniper 1942

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Royal Navy R-class battleship Royal Sovereign in 1945, before she was loaned to the Soviet Navy. Source

Royal Navy R-class battleship Royal Sovereign in 1945, before she was loaned to the Soviet Navy. Source

Krasnodar Territory, Soviet Union. Defenders of the foothold of Malaya Zemlya near Novorossiysk are ready to repulse an enemy offensive in a military operation of the Soviet Navy to liberate the city from the German forces in the Second World War. I. Kushnirenko/TASS - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Krasnodar Territory, Soviet Union. Defenders of the foothold of Malaya Zemlya near Novorossiysk are ready to repulse an enemy offensive in a military operation of the Soviet Navy to liberate the city from the German forces in the Second World War. I. Kushnirenko/TASS - pin by Paolo Marzioli

MANCHURIA: RED ARMY, 1945. A Soviet marine waving the ensign of the Soviet navy as Soviet airplanes fly overhead after the victory over the Japanese occupation troops in Port Arthur, South Manchuria. Picture taken August 1945 by Yevgeni Khaldei.

MANCHURIA: RED ARMY, 1945. A Soviet marine waving the ensign of the Soviet navy as Soviet airplanes fly overhead after the victory over the Japanese occupation troops in Port Arthur, South Manchuria. Picture taken August 1945 by Yevgeni Khaldei.

Kiev class aircraft carrier

The Novorossiysk, one of four Kiev-class heavy aircraft carrying cruisers, sporting the standard flamboyant paint scheme of the Soviet Navy.

Admiral cap. Russian soviet navy. Astrakhan fur

Admiral cap. Russian soviet navy. Astrakhan fur

Kiev-class aircraft carrier "Baku" of the Soviet Navy.

admiral-condell-official: “ Soviet aircraft carrier Admiral Gorshkov Admiral Gorshkov was a modified Kiev-class aircraft carrier of the Russian Navy, originally named Baku. Sometimes Admiral Gorshkov.

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