Johan Hampus Furuhjelm
Johan Hampus Furuhjelm, (Russian: Фуругельм, Иван Васильевич) was a Finnish-Russian vice-admiral and explorer, commander of the Russian Baltic Fleet, Governor of the Russian Far East, Taganrog and...
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Vasily Berkov
Vasily Ivanovich Berkov (Russian: Василий Иванович Берков) (Dutch: Wicher Berkhoff) (Vriezenveen, Netherlands, 21 August 1794 – Saint Petersburg, Russia, 5 April 1870) was a Russian shipbuilder...
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Aleksei Birilev
Aleksei Alekseyevich Birelev (Russian: Алексей Алексеевич Бирилёв) (16 March 1844–6 February 1915) was an admiral in the Imperial Russian Navy, a member of the State Council and Minister of the Na...
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Pavel Zelenoy
Pavel Alexeevich Zelenoy (Russian: Зеленой, Павел Алексеевич, 5 January 1833 - 10 January 1909) was a Russian admiral, governor of Taganrog and Odessa.
Pavel Zelenoy was born into a noble fami...
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Aleksandr Kolchak
Alexander Vasilyevich Kolchak (Russian: Алекса́ндр Васи́льевич Колча́к, 16 November [O.S. 4 November] 1874 – 7 February 1920) was a polar explorer and commander in the Imperial R...
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Matija Zmajević
Matija Zmajević (also Matej Zmajević, in Russia Matvei Khristoforovich Zmayevich Russian: Матвей Христофорович Змаевич) (January 6, 1680, Perast, Bay of Kotor - August 23, 1735, Tavrov, Russia) wa...
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Alexander Sergeyevich Menshikov
Prince Alexander Sergeyevich Menshikov (Russian: Алекса́ндр Серге́евич Ме́ншиков; August 26, 1787 – May 2, 1869) was a Finnish-Russian nobleman, military commander and statesman. He was made...
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Vasili Altfater
Vasili Mikhailovich Altfater (Russian: Альтфатер, Василий Михайлович) (16 December 1883 – April 20, 1919) was a Russian-Soviet naval officer, the first Commander-in-chief of the Soviet Navy....
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Naum Senyavin
Naum Akimovich Senyavin (Наум Акимович Сенявин in Russian) (ca. 1680 – June 4 [O.S. May 24] 1738) was a Vice Admiral (1727) of the Imperial Russian Navy. Naum Senyavin began hi...
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Mikhail Lavrov
Mikhail Andrianovich Lavrov (Russian: Лавров, Михаил Андрианович) (1799–1882) was a Russian rear-admiral and Arctic explorer. Mikhail Lavrov was born on September 13, 1799 in the city of Arkhangel...
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Nikolai Kolomeitsev
Nikolai Nikolaevich Kolomeitsev, also spelt Kolomeytsev (Russian: Николай Николаевич Коломейцев) (16 July 1867 – 6 October 1944) was a naval officer of the Russian Empire and Arctic explorer.
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Pavel Golovin
Pavel Golovin (April 26, 1909, Naro-Fominsk — April 27, 1940) was a Soviet polar aviation pilot, colonel.
Golovin was the first Soviet pilot to fly over the North Pole, on May 5 1937. Awards...
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Charles Henry of Nassau-Siegen
Karl Heinrich von Nassau-Siegen (5 January 1743 - 10 April 1808) was a French-born fortune-seeker best known as Catherine II's least successful naval commander.Charles Henry, in Catherine II's own wor...
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Vasily Chichagov
Vasili Yakovlevich Chichagov (Russian: Василий Яковлевич Чичагов) (February 28, 1726 – April 4, 1809) was an admiral in the Russian Navy and an explorer. He was the father of Pavel Chichagov...
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Wilgelm Vitgeft
Wilgelm Karlovich Vitgeft (Russian: Вильгельм Карлович Витгефт) (October 14, 1847 – August 10, 1904), sometimes written Wilhelm and Withöft was an admiral in the Imperial Russian Navy, noted for ...
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Anatoly Lyapidevsky
Anatoly Vasilyevich Liapidevsky (1908–1983) was a Soviet aircraft pilot and the first to be awarded the title of Hero of the Soviet Union (in 1934). He reached the rank of Major-General of the Soviet ...
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Boris Bugayev
Boris Pavlovich Bugaev (Russian: Борис Павлович Бугаев; 9 July 1923 – 13 January 2007) was a Soviet military pilot, politician and statesman.
Bugaev was born in the village of Mankivka in the Ukra...
José de Ribas
Josep de Ribas i Boyons (Naples, Kingdom of Naples, June 6, 1749 – Saint Petersburg, Russia, December 14 [O.S. December 2] 1800), known in Spanish as José Pascual Domingo de Ribas y ...
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Stepan Vasiliyevich Voyevodsky
For the Russian minister of the Navy, see Stepan Arkadyevich VoyevodskyStepan Vasilievich Voyevodsky (Russian: Степан Васильевич Воеводский, born 1803 – died September 17, 1884) was an admiral of ...
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Samuel Greig
Samuel Greig, or Samuil Karlovich Greig (Самуил Карлович Грейг), as he was known in Russia (30 November 1736, Inverkeithing – 15 October 1788, Tallinn) - Scottish-born Russian admiral who distin...
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Leonid Ivanov (pilot)
Leonid Ivanov (1909-1941) was a Russian pilot.
Leonid Ivanov was born on August 8, 1909 in Kashirain. He graduated from the 7th Stalingrad military aviation school in 1935 after which he served as...
John Paul Jones
John Paul Jones (July 6, 1747 – July 18, 1792) was a Scottish American sailor and the United States' first well-known naval fighter in the American Revolutionary War. Although he made b...
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Ivan Dmitriyevich Borisov
Ivan Dmitriyevich Borisov (Russian: Иван Дмитриевич Борисов) (1913–1939) was a Soviet aircraft pilot and Hero of the Soviet Union.
Ivan Borisov was born in 1913. In December 1939 he served as ...
Mikhail Alexandrovich Kedrov
Mikhail Aleksandrovich Kedrov (Russian: Михаи́л Алекса́ндрович Ке́дров)(1878–1945, France) was a Russian naval officer.
Kedrov graduated from the Sea Cadet Corps in 1899 at the top of his clas...
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Karl Jessen
Vice Admiral Karl Petrovich Jessen (Russian: Карл Петрович Иессен; 30 June 1852 – 30 November 1918) was an admiral in the Imperial Russian Navy during the Russo-Japanese War.
Jessen was of Ba...
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Nikolai Essen
Nikolai Ottovich (von) Essen (Russian: Николай Оттович фон Эссен) (11(23) December 1860, Saint Petersburg – 7(20) May 1915, Tallinn) was a Russian naval commander and admiral from the Baltic...
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