Pamiat Azova

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Armoured Cruiser Pamiat Azova

Pamiat Azova became the torpedo school ship Dvina in 1909, and was torpedoed in the attack on Kronstadt by CMB79.

Pamiat Azova June 1888 Became a torpedo training ship called Dvina in 1909 but was sunk by torpedoes from CMB79 on 18th August 1919.

The Russian Armoured Cruiser Pamiat Azova, c.1898

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