Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Look through some more ships of the fleet of the Russian Empire.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Fleet destroyer.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Fleet Battleship Emperor Alexander III.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Cruiser Oleg.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Submarine Akula (Shark)

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Fleet battleship Emperor Nikolay I

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Submarine Tiger.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Fleet battleship Ryurik.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Armoured cruiser Admiral Nakhimov.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Squadron battleship Eagle.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Clipper Hothead.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

2nd class cruiser Almaz (Diamond)

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Submarine Alligator.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Submarine Lioness.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Squadron battleship Sevastopol.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Submarine Alligator.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Submrine Alligator

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Submarine Tiger.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Submarine Kambala (Flatfish)

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Squadron battleship Peresvet

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Gun boat Terets.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Gun boat Sivuch.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Squadron battleship Retvisan.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Gun boat Terets.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Squadron battleship Pobeda (Victory)

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Squadron battleship Crown Prince.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Squadron battleship Peresvet.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

1st class Cruiser Diana.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Squadron battleship Poltava.

Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II

Gun boat Sivuch.

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8 thoughts on “Ships Of Imperial Fleet, Part II”

    • Only Avrora in Leningrad (Sankt Petersburk) and japanese battleship Mikasa (flagship of japanese navy). Many of these ship were sunk in single battle – you can see battle damage on battleship Eagle picture. This battle is reason why Mikasa is preserved – japanse navy was able to sunk or forced to flee or surrender all russian ships in single battle without single casualty on japanese side.

  1. Funny that picture of the “Eagle” is after it has been captured by the Japanese. It took a direct hit to the front gun and you can see the piece missing from the barrel.

  2. Some of these ships were lost during Russo-Japanese War:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russo-Japanese_War#Imperial_Russian_Navy_warships_sunk.2C_1904.E2.80.931905

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