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Russian Revolution (1917-1922) Gallery

Historic photos taken during the political and social revolution across the territory

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Seaplane Featured Russian Revolution (1917-1922) Print


circa 1916: A Fairey F17 Campania seaplane is lowered onto the water from an arircraft carrier, ready to take part in the Allied intervention in the Russian revolution. Original Publication: From the J W Lane Collection, taken by a photographer with the RNAS. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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St. Nicholas Naval Cathedral Featured Russian Revolution (1917-1922) Print

St. Nicholas Naval Cathedral

St. Nicholas Naval Cathedral (, Nikolskiy morskoy sobor) is a major Baroque Orthodox cathedral in the western part of Central Saint Petersburg. It has always been closely associated with the Russian Navy, serving as its main shrine until the Russian Revolution

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Allies At Murmansk Featured Russian Revolution (1917-1922) Print

Allies At Murmansk

1st April 1918: Men of the Royal Naval Air Service (now the Fleet Air Arm) stand on top of a seaplane, preparing to moor it, during Allied intervention after the Russian Revolution, on the Murmansk-Archangel Front at Murmansk. The setting is probably the Kola Inlet. Original Publication: The J W Lane Collection (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)