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Брестский договор и судьба русского флота в Финляндии 11 апреля – 28 мая 1918г. По материалам РГА ВМФ1

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The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk and the Fate of the Russian Navy in Finland, 11 April – 28 May 1918, based on Materials of the Central State Naval Archive

В статье рассматривается ситуация сложившаяся в Финляндии после передислоцирования основных сил Балтийского флота из Гельсингфорса в Кронштадт и занятии Гельсингфорса германскими и финскими войсками. В это время в Финляндии оставалось 283 небольших судов и плавсредств, а также различное военное имущество и береговые артиллерийские батареи. Для его охраны и эвакуации была создана служба Старшего морского начальника в водах Финляндии во гласе с контр-адмиралом А.П. Зеленым (A.P. Zelenoi). На ранее не использованных материалах штаба Зеленого автор показывает как протекала его работа по сохранению российских судов и другого военного имущества.The article examines the situation that developed after the relocation of the Baltic Fleet from Helsingfors to Kronstandt and after the occupation of Helsingfors by German and Finnish troops. During this time, 283 small ships and vessels from the Russian Navy, various Russian military equipment and shoreline artillery batteries remained in Finland. To safeguard and evaculate these assets, the Soviet government created a naval task force in Finnish waters under the leadership of Rear-Admiral A.P. Zelenoi. The article draws on previously unexploited documents from Zelenoi's command, showing how the admiral preserved Russian ships and other naval assets from destruction by the Germans.

Affiliations: 1: Санкт-Петербургский государственный университет St. Petersburg State University


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