List of Cruisers of The Russian Navy - Cruisers of The Soviet and Modern Russian Navy - Auxiliary Cruisers (VKR)

Auxiliary Cruisers (VKR)

Vspomogatel'nyi kreiser «Вспомогательный крейсер» (ВКР).

  • Venture «Вентюр» (1899, ex-steamer) - Mobilized by White Army at Caspian Sea 1918, voluntary joined Red Army and renamed Avstraliya «Австралия» (later Bela Kun «Бела Кун») 1920, decommissioned 1920
  • Aga Selim «Ага Селим» (1897; ex-tanker) - Mobilized at Caspian Sea 1918, renamed Rosa Luxemburg «Роза Люксембург» 1919, decommissioned 1926
  • Bambak «Бамбак» (1894; ex-steamer) - Mobilized at Caspian Sea 1918, renamed Ilyich «Ильич» 1919, decommissioned 1920
  • Delo «Дело» (1908; ex-tanker) - Mobilized 1918, renamed III Internatsional «III Интернационал» 1919, decommissioned 1920
  • Dublin Castle «Дублин Кастл» (1897; ex-tanker Yupiter «Юпитер») - Mobilized by White Army at Caspian Sea 1918, captured 1920, renamed Evropa «Европа», decommissioned 1920
  • Kolomna «Коломна» (1888; ex-steamer) - Mobilized at Caspian Sea 1918, renamed Krasnoye Znamia «Красное Знамя» 1919, decommissioned 1920
  • Makarov I «Макаров I» (1898; ex-towboat) - Mobilized at Caspian Sea 1918, renamed Proletarii «Пролетарий» 1919, decommissioned 1920
  • Slava «Слава» (1903; ex-steamer) - Mobilized at Caspian Sea 1918, renamed Krasnoye Znamia «Красное Знамя» 1919, decommissioned 1920
  • Indigirka «Индигирка» (1918; ex-netlayer) - Mobilized at Volga River 1919, renamed Leitenant Schmidt «Лейтенант Шмидт» 1920, decommissioned 1923
  • Kaspii «Каспий» (1914; ex-ice-breaker) - Mobilized at Caspian Sea 1918, wrecked 1920, refloated 1935
  • Pushkin «Пушкин» (1893; ex-steamer) - Mobilized by White Army at Caspian Sea 1919, captured 1920, renamed Sovetskii Azerbaydzhan «Советский Азербайджан», decommissioned 1921
  • Ivan Susanin «Иван Сусанин» (1899; ex-Canadian ice-breaker Minto, purchased by Imperial Russi) - Mobilized at White Sea 1920, decommissioned 1920, renaned Leitenant Dreyer «Лейтенант Дрейер» 1920, wrecked 1922
  • Kanada «Канада» (1909; ex-Canadian ice-breaker Earl Grey, purchased by Imperial Russia) - Mobilized at White Sea 1920, renamed Tretii Internatsional «Третий Интернационал», decommissioned 1921, renamed Fyodor Litke «Фёдор Литке», BU 1958
  • Kniaz‘ Pozarskii «Князь Пожарский» (1916; ex-ice-breaker) - Mobilized at White Sea 1920, renamed Leitenant Schmidt «Лейтенант Шмидт», decommissioned and renamed Stepan Makarov «Степан Макаров» 1921, sank 1941
  • Indigirka «Индигирка» (1886; ex-Dobroflot steamer Tsinanfu «Цинанфу») - Mobilized at Far East 1923, decommissioned 1933
  • Oleg «Олег» (1896; ex-steamer Pronto) - Mobilized at Far East 1922, decommissioned 1923, BU 1951
  • Stavropol‘ «Ставрополь» (1907; ex-Dobroflot steamer Kotik «Котик») - Mobilized at Far East 1922, decommissioned 1923, renamed Voroshilovsk «Ворошиловск» 1935, BU 1951
  • Mikoyan «Микоян» (1935; ex-ice-breaker O. Yu. Shmidt «О. Ю. Шмидт») - Mobilized in June 1941, decommissioned in November 1941 and returned to ice-breakers class, renamed A. Mikoyan «А. Микоян», transferred from Black Sea to Arkhangelsk 1941–1942

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