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This category is for destroyers commissioned or otherwise operated by the Soviet Navy. For destroyers by era or conflict, or destroyers designed or built in the Soviet Union for use by other navies (if any), see Category:Destroyers of the Soviet Union

This category is for destroyers commissioned or otherwise operated by the Soviet Navy. For destroyers by era or conflict, or destroyers designed or built in the Soviet Union for use by other navies (if any), see Category:Destroyers of the Soviet Union. Category:Destroyers of the Russian Navy (from 1990). This category has the following 15 subcategories, out of 15 total.

Leningrad (Russian: Ленингра́д) was the lead ship of her class of six destroyer flotilla leaders built for the Soviet Navy during the 1930s, one of the three Project 1 variants. Completed in 1936, the ship was assigned to the Baltic Fleet and played a minor role in the Winter War against Finland in 1939–1940

Rekordny was one of 29 Gnevny-class destroyers (officially known as Project 7) built for the Soviet Navy during the late 1930s. Completed in 1941, she was assigned to the Pacific Fleet.

Rekordny was one of 29 Gnevny-class destroyers (officially known as Project 7) built for the Soviet Navy during the late 1930s. Having decided to build the large and expensive 40-knot (74 km/h; 46 mph) Leningrad-class destroyer leaders, the Soviet Navy sought Italian assistance in designing smaller and cheaper destroyers.

Reshitelny was one of 29 Gnevny-class destroyers (officially known as Project 7) built for the Soviet Navy during the late 1930s. Originally named Pospeshny, she was renamed Reshitelny before completion in 1941, and was assigned to the Pacific Fleet. Having decided to build the large and expensive 40-knot (74 km/h; 46 mph) Leningrad-class destroyer leaders, the Soviet Navy sought Italian assistance in designing smaller and cheaper destroyers

The first automotive torpedo was developed in 1866, and the torpedo boat was developed soon after.

The first automotive torpedo was developed in 1866, and the torpedo boat was developed soon after. In 1898, while the Spanish–American War was being fought in the Caribbean and the Pacific, Assistant Secretary of the Navy Theodore Roosevelt wrote that the Spanish torpedo boat destroyers were the only threat to the American navy, and pushed for the acquisition of similar vessels

The first star of the Hero of the Soviet Union, Viktor Nikolaevich Leonov, received at the final stage of the Great . He was an honorary citizen of the city of Polar.

The first star of the Hero of the Soviet Union, Viktor Nikolaevich Leonov, received at the final stage of the Great Patriotic War. He was awarded for a unique operation on Cape Krestovy. Even after the war, he himself noted that the landing on Cape Krestovy was several times superior to all previous raids by naval intelligence officers. The memory of the twice Hero of the Soviet Union was immortalized during his lifetime.

In 1926, with the restarting of the shipyards, 2 other battleships could be put back . Destroyer leader Kharkov The strategists of the Soviet Admiralty envisioned a form of naval defense close to the French theories of the young school.

In 1926, with the restarting of the shipyards, 2 other battleships could be put back into service, as were 1 cruiser, 13 destroyers, 14 submersibles. Destroyer leader Kharkov. Most of the standard destroyers were the units of the 1936 plan, the Gnevnyi class, which will comprise 31 units, and those of the Storozhevoi class (20 units), and the unique Opytnyi. The strategists of the Soviet Admiralty envisioned a form of naval defense close to the French theories of the young school, with few heavy units but many torpedo boats, minesweeper, submersibles and coast guard. The fleet of Russian submarines in 1941 was the largest in the world, ahead of Germany.

The Soviet Navy was the naval arm of the Soviet Armed Forces. Often referred to as the Red Fleet, the Soviet Navy was a large part of the Soviet Union's strategic plan in the event of a conflict with opposing super power, the United States, the. Often referred to as the Red Fleet, the Soviet Navy was a large part of the Soviet Union's strategic plan in the event of a conflict with opposing super power, the United States, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), or another conflict related to the Warsaw Pact of Eastern Europe. The influence of the Soviet Navy played a large role in the Cold War (1945-1991), as the majority of conflicts centered on naval forces.

Statue of Joseph Stalin, leader of the Soviet Union from 1924 to 1953. The Soviet Union was a world superpower that helped to shape and define almost the whole 20th century. The Soviet Union formed out of the ashes of World War One, was a victor of World War Two and went on to challenge the United States as a world superpower during the Cold War. This article will analyze the lives, achievements, and criticisms of the nine men who led the Soviet Union. Leaders of the Soviet Union.

Лидеры эскадренных миноносцев ВМФ СССР
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