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MSH-200304 Midel-Shpangout #4 2003: Askold Russian WW1 Cruiser magazine
"Askold" is oneofanumber of ships that sailed under the St. Andrew's flag with dignity. Combat actions with the Port-Arthur squadron are the most brilliant episodes of her service. The battle on July 28,1904 was her hour of triumph when the cruiser being hit-by dozens of shells broke through the order of Japanese ships making her way at full speed to the open sea. At the beginning of the World War I "Askold" was the only ship to operate actively and successfully together with the allies at the Pacific and Indian Oceans and Mediterranean Sea.
48 pages, 80 photos, drawings
1. Cruiser "Askold"
2. "Varyag", the first cruiser of the Year 1898 program "for the needs of the Far East"
3. "Askold" at the Kiel Bay during her sea trials. Year 1901
4. "Askold" passed all her trials under the German flag
5. The cruiser "Askold" at the Kronstadt roads during the French President E.Loubait's visit to Russia. June 1902
6. "Askold" at the Zolotoy Rog Bay. In 1906 - 1914 the cruiser was the biggest and most powerful ship of the Siberian flotilla
7. "Askold" at hte Mediterranean Sea. Year 1915
8. "Askold" allotted to the allied squadron during the Dardanelles operation. Year 1915
9. "Askold" at the Toulone roads. Year 1916
10. Cruiser "Askold"