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Оригинал взят у 3141593d271828c в Интервенция в Северную Россию, 1918-1920г.

Большая коллекция фотографий Имперского Военного Музея ( www.iwm.org.uk ) "THE NORTH RUSSIA INTERVENTION, 1918-1920"

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The Mechanical Transport School of Training, Povienetz, 1919.




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1919-09

The remains of an armoured train, Murmansk, September 1919.



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1919-09-12

Troops of the East Surrey Regiment manning their positions along a railway, 12th September 1919.



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White Finnish deserters accompanied by a Slavo-British Allied Legion escort, Svyatnavolok, 1919.



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1919-09

The Senior Chaplain and a Russian boy, aged 13.5 years, in borrowed plumes, Murmansk, 1919.



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Russian troops meeting at Medvedje-Gora preparing to enter a conflict zone, 1919.



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Female Russian peasants, 1919.



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1919-09

A view of Ilamselga, September 1919.



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1919-09-18

Ilamselga church, 18th September 1919.



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1919-09-18

Ilamselga church, 18th September 1919.



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1919-09-17

Wounded British troops, 17th September 1919.



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A 4.5inch howitzer on an armoured train.



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A 4.5inch howitzer on an armoured train.



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1919-09-17

A 4.5inch howitzer belonging to the 86th Battery of the Royal Field Artillery, 17th September 1919.



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1919-09-09

An armoured train leaving Medvedje-Gora for the front, 9th September 1919.



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1919-09-16

A church destroyed by British fire, 16th September 1919.



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1919-09-15

Bolshevik prisoners carrying out maintenance on a railway track which was part of the Lijma line, 15th September 1919.


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1919-09-16

A British sentry on the main street of Lijma, 16th September 1919.



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1919-09-16

Staff officers entering Lijma village, 16th September 1919.




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1919

A Russian church in Limbushi, 1919.



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A sentry of the Royal Marine Artillery examining a Russian boy's identity pass, Zavod, 1919.



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Officers and men of the Royal Marine Artillery attending a religious service, Zavod, 1919.



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The officers' mess of the Royal Marine Artillery outpost at Zavod, 1919.



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Non-commissioned officers of the 2nd Battalion Slavo-British Allied Legion, Svyatnavolok, 1919.



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A sentry of the Royal Marine Artillery outside Zavod, 1919.



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A detachment of the British Mounted Infantry, Svyatnavolok, 1919.



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A ration sleigh convoy leaving Twda for Svyatnavolok, 1919.



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Officers of the allied staff, Svyatnavolok, 1919.



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A ration sleigh convoy headed for Svyatnavolok passing through a forest, Murmansk, 1919.



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The 86th General Hospital's Royal Army Medical Corps dining hall, Murmansk, 1919.



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The 86th General Hospital's surgical ward (B7), Murmansk, 1919.



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Launching a 70ft motor boat on Lake Onega, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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Launching a 70ft motor boat on Lake Onega, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.




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An example of a caledon rail car, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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An engine shed part the way through construction, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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An American armoured train preparing to enter a conflict zone, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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A private Bolshevik cemetery, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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An engine shed part the way through construction, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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Testing the bearing power of a seaplane gantry on Lake Onega, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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A Fairy 3c seaplane undergoing maintenance near Lake Onega, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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Local peasants launch for home with their allocated rations on Lake Onega, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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Local peasants launch for home with their allocated rations on Lake Onega, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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1919-06-24

The Commander in Chief, possibly General Frederick Cuthbert Poole, addressing Serbian troops prior to a medals ceremony, Medvedje-Gora, 24th June 1919.



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1919-06-24

A medals ceremony presented by the Commander in Chief, possibly General Frederick Cuthbert Poole, for acclaimed Serbian troops, Medvedje-Gora, 24th Jane 1919.



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1919-06-24

A medals ceremony presented by the Commander in Chief, possibly General Frederick Cuthbert Poole, for acclaimed Serbian troops, Medvedje-Gora, 24th Jane 1919.



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A view of Medvedje-Gora from the railway, 1919.



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A destroyed railway bridge at siding No. 9 on the western side near Lumbuski, 1919.



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1919-06-24

Serbian troops marching past the saluting base following a medals ceremony presented by the Commander in Chief, possibly General Frederick Cuthbert Poole, Medvedje-Gora, 24th June 1919.



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Fairy 3c seaplanes preparing for flight from Lake Onega, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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A Fairy 3c seaplane floating in after flight on Lake Onega, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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A 70ft armed motor boat, 'Jolly Roger', on Lake Onega, Medvedje-Gora, 1919



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Officers and crew of the 'Jolly Roger', a 70ft armed motor boat, on Lake Onega, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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A detachment of British gunners with a 65mm gun, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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1919-07

A view of Medvedje-Gora looking north, July 1919.



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Part of the British Camp belonging to No. 1 Special Company of the King\92s Royal Rifle Corps, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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Vickers machine guns aboard 'Jolly Roger', a 70ft armed motor boat, on Lake Onega, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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A steel armed motor boat captured from the Bolshevik forces on Lake Onega, 1919.



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The church at Povienetz, 1919.



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A steamer captured from the Bolshevik forces on Lake Onega, 1919.



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Russian troops learning to drive at the Mechanical Transport School of Training, Povienetz, 1919.



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The church at Povienetz, 1919.



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The Commander in Chief, possibly General Frederick Cuthbert Poole, leaving the parade ground after inspecting a detachment of the Royal Air Force, at Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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The Mechanical Transport School of Training, Povienetz, 1919.



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A school house, occupied by the Royal Corps of Signals, with a Lewis gun outpost on the roof, Kapaselga, 1919.



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Drinking water supply vats at Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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Bolshevik prisoners assisting in the construction of a gun pit, Kapaselga, 1919.



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A street in Povienetz, 1919.



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A typical water supply tower on the Murmansk Railway, 1919.



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The detachment of the 2nd Russian Army on the march, Shunga, 1919.



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A view of Povienetz from the wharf, 1919.



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The construction of a new railway bridge near Lumbuski, 1919.



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The remnants of a road bridge destroyed by the Bolshevik forces with the new bridge alongside near Lumbuski, 1919.



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Russian Engineers constructing a railway bridge near Lumbuski, 1919.



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An armed motor boat on Lake Onega, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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A street in Kapaselga, 1919.



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A church showing damage by shell fire, Kapaselga, 1919.



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Local Russian peasantry wait to draw their rations from the Royal Army Service Corps supply depot, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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Local peasants launch for home with their allocated rations on Lake Onega, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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A private Bolshevik cemetery, Medvedje-Gora, 1919.



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Loading a ration boat convoy for Svyatnavolok, 1919.



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Russian officers learning to tie saddle packs, Murmansk, 1919.



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A ration sleigh convoy preparing to leave Twda, 1919.



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A ration boat convoy leaving for Twda, 1919.




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A ration sleigh convoy preparing to leave Twda for Svyatnavolok , 1919.



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A steam tug Azot captured from the Bolshevik forces on Lake Onega, 1919.



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Russian officers learning how to pack saddles, Murmansk, 1919.



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Horse-drawn lumber sleigh. Murmansk, 1919.



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British soldiers, possibly of the East Surrey Regiment, at their Lewis gun post, set up for the evacuation, at Lumbuski Bridge, 1919.



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Tug leaving Popov for Pchleserig (?), 1919.



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British graves in Murmansk Cemetery, 1919.
From left to right:
Serjeant William Parkinson Riley 100520 of the Middlesex Regiment, died on 2 January 1919, son of William James and Hannah Riley, of 13, Jermyn St., Princes Park, Liverpool;
Private Albert...



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1919-10

General Henry Rawlinson, GOC the North Russia Relief Force Expedition, preparing for a flight. Lake Onega, Medvedya Gora, October 1919.



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British troops loading baggage and stores on to a tug at Popov, 1919.



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British graves in Murmansk Cemetery, 1919.
From left to right:
Alexander John Green of the Young Men's Christian Association, died on 8 August 1919;
Boatswain Thomas Griffiths of SS Welshman, Merchant Navy, died on 21 August 1919;
Private Maurice Charles...



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Distant view from the British cemetery in Murmansk, 1919.



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1919-10

General Henry Rawlinson, GOC the North Russia Relief Force Expedition, climbing into the observer's seat of a Fairey IIIC seaplane. Lake Onega, Medvedya Gora, October 1919.



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1919-10

General Henry Rawlinson, GOC the North Russia Relief Force Expedition, starting on a flight in a Fairey IIIC seaplane. Lake Onega, Medvedya Gora, October 1919.



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British officer and men waiting for a tug on the quay in Popov, 1919.



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Lieutenant Shoesmith, Major Mears, a White Russian officer and Captain Blennerhassett lunching in a railway truck at Popov, 1919.



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Remains of a destroyed British train at Liyma station, 1919.



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Lieutenant Small of the Royal Engineers, Reverend Gibbs and two other officers at Murmansk railway station, 1919.



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Corner of a Russian cemetery at Kem.



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British graves at Kem Cemetery, 1919.
Left to right:
Lance Corporal Thomas C. Scott CH/20282 of the Royal Marine Light Infantry, HMS Glory III, died on 1 October 1918;
Private Harry Parkinson CH/2550(S) of the Royal Marine Light Infantry, HMS Glory III,...



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Graves of Lance Corporal Peter Marshall S/9421 of the Royal Army Ordnance Corps, died on 4 August 1919; and Private Thomas Sharples S/9380 of the RAOC, died on 5 August 1919; at Kem Cemetery, 1919.



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Tug being loaded with baggage. The Quay at Popov, 1919.



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Bolshevik prisoners, servant to Captain Blennerhassett (possibly of the Intelligence Corps) at Murmansk, 1919.



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Russians, who cooperated with the Allied forces, being evacuated from Popov, 1919.



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1919

Men of the East Surrey Regiment preparing a meal at a machine gun post at Lumbuski Bridge, 1919.



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Officer visiting crew (East Surrey Regiment) of a machine gun post at Lumbuski Bridge, 1919.



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A wooden road from 12 Siding to Medvedya Gora, 1919.



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Two British graves (one of Private S. Howell 16706) near 12 Siding, 1919.



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A wooden road from 12 Siding to Medvedya Gora, 1919.



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Royal Aircraft Factory R.E.8 biplane ready to take off from the aerodrome at Lumbuski, 1919.



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British officers (naval and air force) in a Russian horse-drawn cart. Lumbuski, 1919.



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View on the road/water track to Lumbuski, 1919.



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View on the road/water track to Lumbuski, 1919.



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FBA Type H flying boat of the Royal Air Force at Lake Onega. Medvedya Gora, 1919.



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Bolshevik prisoners guarded by Marines of the Royal Marine Artillery. Murmansk, 1919.



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Camp of the Machine Gun Corps at Kapaselga, 1919.



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Short Type 184 seaplane of the Royal Air Force at Lake Onega. Medvedya Gora, 1919.



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Staff of the Machine Gun Corps at Murmansk, 1919.



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Bolshevik train destroyed by a bomb. Murmansk, 1919.



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Russian female workers on a railway track near Murmansk, 1919.



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1919-10-01

General Henry Rawlinson, GOC the North Russia Relief Force Expedition, decorating men of the Naval Flotilla on the quay at Murmansk, shortly before the British withdrawal, 1 October 1919.



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Russian peasants at the quay in Popov, 1919.



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Motor boats for lake flotilla on cars at Murmansk, 1919.



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Motor boats for lake flotilla on cars at Murmansk, 1919.



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American mechanics working in a railway shop, Murmansk, 1919.



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Russian mechanics working in a railway shop, Murmansk, 1919.



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A 4.5inch howitzer being mounted onto an armoured truck, Murmansk, 1919.



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The 86th General Hospital's operating theatre, Murmansk, 1919.



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British mechanics working on a steam engine at the Railway Works, Murmansk, 1919.








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A remount Depot in Soroka, Murmansk, 1919.



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View of the railway station in Segazia from the water tower, Murmansk, 1919.



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An abandoned Bolshevik outpost billet in Arosozero, Murmansk, 1919.



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An example of a dog sleigh constructed according to a new design, Murmansk, 1919.



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An example of a dog sleigh constructed according to an old design, Murmansk, 1919.



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An example of a dog sleigh constructed according to a new design, Murmansk, 1919.



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An example of a dog sleigh constructed according to a new design, Murmansk, 1919.



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An example of a dog sleigh constructed according to an old design, Murmansk, 1919.



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An example of a dog sleigh constructed according to an old design, Murmansk, 1919.



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A pack of sleigh dogs resting, Murmansk, 1919.



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A complete set of sleigh dog harnesses, Murmansk, 1919.



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Sleigh dog harnesses, Murmansk, 1919.



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A French armoured car, Murmansk, 1919.






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An armoured railway truck ready to transport artillery, Murmansk, 1919.



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A steam train and rolling stock, Murmansk, 1919.



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A 65mm gun mounted on an armoured train, Murmansk, 1919.



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A field cooker mounted on a mobile train, Murmansk, 1919.



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An armoured railway truck ready to transport artillery, Murmansk, 1919.



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A captured artillery gun and flag mounted on a railway truck, Murmansk, 1919.



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Constructing a railway bridge in Shuyenetskaya.



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Steam trains damaged by fire in Soroka, Murmansk, 1919.



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Railway trucks being used as a temporary station, Parandova, 1919.



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Constructing a railway bridge across the River Onda, Murmansk, 1919.



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The Station House in Polyarni Krug, Murmansk, 1919.



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A street in the town of Soroka, Murmansk, 1919.



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Bolshevik prisoners sawing ice in Soroka, Murmansk, 1919.



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An example of a dog sleigh constructed according to an old design, Murmansk, 1919.




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The kitchen car of ambulance train No. 60, Murmansk, 1919.



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Ward 1 on ambulance train No. 60, Murmansk, 1919.



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The interior of a Russian machine shop at the Railway Works, Murmansk, 1919.



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Constructing a railway bridge across the River Onda, Murmansk, 1919.



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Railway trucks being used as temporary billets in Soroka, Murmansk, 1919.



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Constructing a railway bridge in Shuyenetskaya.



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The Station House, Murmansk, 1919.



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Bolshevik prisoners being escorted, Arosozero, 1919.



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Officers and men who took part in the Arosozero Station Action, 1919.



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Horse-drawn flat bed sleigh, Murmansk, 1919.



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Horse-drawn box cart, Murmansk, 1919.



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Horse-drawn passenger sleigh, Murmansk, 1919.



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Horse-drawn sleigh transport belonging to the Army Service Corps, Murmansk, 1919.



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Horse-drawn sleigh with crate, Murmansk, 1919.




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HMS Glory near the Murmansk quay, 1919.



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1919-04-05

Members of the Royal Engineers marching past the British army General Headquarters, Murmansk, 5th April 1919.



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Horse-drawn sleigh, Murmansk, 1919.



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1919-05

The Post Office interior, Murmansk, May 1919.



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1919-05

The sorting department of the Post Office, Murmansk, May 1919.



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Horse-drawn lumber sleigh, Murmansk, 1919.



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Horse-drawn passenger sleigh, Murmansk, 1919.



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A Serbian detachment on the railway siding at Nadvoitza, Murmansk, 1919.



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Officers and men of the 2nd Russian Army, 1919.



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Onda Bridge under reconstruction, Murmansk, 1919.



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British staff officers near the newly completed Onda Bridge, Murmansk, 1919.



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1919-04-05

A Serbian column marching past the British army General Headquarters, Murmansk, 5th April 1919.



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1919-04-05

An American column marching past the British army General Headquarters, Murmansk, 1919.




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Men of the 2nd Russian Army, 1919.


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The exterior of an army hut belonging to the Kaliers Barracks decorated for Easter, Murmansk, April 1919.


Comments

( 26 comments — Leave a comment )
barbazan
Feb. 28th, 2015 08:38 am (UTC)
Сделайте пожалуйста "кат".
visualhistory
Feb. 28th, 2015 08:38 am (UTC)
Уже сделал
barbazan
Feb. 28th, 2015 08:41 am (UTC)
Спасибо!
arveranda
Feb. 28th, 2015 08:39 am (UTC)
охерели?
где кат????????
barbazan
Feb. 28th, 2015 08:44 am (UTC)
Посмотрите в середине поста - что-то, видимо, не так с фотографиями.
Подписи есть, а фотографий нет.
visualhistory
Feb. 28th, 2015 08:46 am (UTC)
Уже переделал. Грёбаный пост.
amentus
Feb. 28th, 2015 09:09 am (UTC)
Ценные материалы. Общее впечатление - эк ребят занесло!Хватили шилом патоки! Там же комаа-а-арики...ухххх!
strejndzher
Feb. 28th, 2015 10:48 am (UTC)
Когда смотришь такие фотоотчеты, начинаешь еще сильнее большевиков уважать. Эти люди при скудных ресурсах смогли выдавить из страны силы Британии, Франции, США, Японии.
Поразительно!
vaga_land
Feb. 28th, 2015 04:40 pm (UTC)
"смогли выдавить из страны силы Британии, Франции, США"

Силы были не такие уж и большие, и о "выдавливании" речи не идет. Первая мировая война к тому времени закончилась, Антанта победила, избиратели по поводу войск, находившихся в России, начали задавать неприятные вопросы, поэтому была проведена почти образцовая эвакуация. Никого не забыли, противник на хвосте не висел, и с боями не отходили.
sovsemveteran
Feb. 28th, 2015 09:19 pm (UTC)
избиратели ... начали задавать неприятные вопросы
Не большевики значит виноваты, что мы не виски уже сто лет пьём? Сами мелкобриты ушли, демократия победила? Ну, немцев-то, в 41м хоть, генерал мороз от Москвы отогнал? Или опять - демократия? Ну почему бы и не признать, что были и у большевиков заслуги? Неужели не чувствуете, что неудобно одним глазом смотреть, если оба в наличии?
vaga_land
Feb. 28th, 2015 09:27 pm (UTC)
Re: избиратели ... начали задавать неприятные вопросы
Ваш комментарий не имеет никакого отношения к тому, что я написал выше.
military_museum
Mar. 1st, 2015 12:39 pm (UTC)
Никто интервентов не выдавливал, они сами ушли. Надоели уже повторы старых советских сказок про геройскую борьбу с интервенцией.
Michael Antonov
Mar. 2nd, 2015 05:17 pm (UTC)
Поразительна была победа над белыми силами. А интервенты ушли сами, поскольку в боях старались не участвовать. Так что победа над "14-ю державами" была, конечно почетной, но во многом фиктивной.
Nik Nik
Feb. 28th, 2015 05:22 pm (UTC)
Полярный круг, мерзлота и комарьё. Ляпота для бритишей.
Несладко им там пришлось.

А вот Сербов-то туда, каким лешим занесло? Непонятно.
montrealex
Mar. 1st, 2015 01:17 am (UTC)
А перевести не пробовали?
Несложно чай.
visualhistory
Mar. 1st, 2015 06:15 am (UTC)
Re: А перевести не пробовали?
Ну вот и займитесь))
Nik Nik
Mar. 1st, 2015 10:40 am (UTC)
Re: А перевести не пробовали?
Да ему лишь бы ляпнуть. Они там, в этих французских монреалях, все такие.
Им невдомёк, что текст под картинками дважды переведён, но вопросов меньше не стало.


Вот откуда сербским воякам взяться за полярным кругом?
Ведь в то время и чехи, и венгры мародёрили по стране с особой "любовью", а первые аж за Урал забрались, поразбойничали и с царским золотом скрылись, сцуки (открыв через год чешский банк).
А сербы...
Одно хорошо, они в скотстве и непотребствах замечены не были, в отличие от остальных гейропцев.
Но как и зачем в такую глушь, их бриты затащили? Вот вопрос! Ведь невозможно найти более лояльного к россиянам народа.
montrealex
Mar. 1st, 2015 12:12 pm (UTC)
Re: А перевести не пробовали?
Да Nik Nik у из Гугуля лишь бы ляпнуть. Они там, в этих мухосрансках все такие.
Michael Antonov
Mar. 2nd, 2015 05:21 pm (UTC)
Re: А перевести не пробовали?
= Вот откуда сербским воякам взяться за полярным кругом? =

Оттуда, что интервенцию осуществляла Антанта.
А Сербы были ее союзниками.
montrealex
Mar. 1st, 2015 12:09 pm (UTC)
Re: А перевести не пробовали?
Когда делаю свои посты, то регулярно занимаюсь. Тема мне близка - Карелия, почти во всех тех местах бывал, может как-нибудь созрею, украду картинки и переведу.
kaschey_lp
Mar. 1st, 2015 12:05 pm (UTC)
От тех времён в Мурманске доныне не осталось ничего.
avp23649
Mar. 1st, 2015 11:17 pm (UTC)
Осталось, немного, но есть.
Например, дом http://avp23649.livejournal.com/60656.html
И кладбище-http://avp23649.livejournal.com/167568.html
kaschey_lp
Mar. 2nd, 2015 08:04 am (UTC)
Кладбище интервентов можно с натяжкой считать: оно перенесено с исторического первоначального места, а вот про дом не знал. Сам всегда считал ТПО старейшим.
avp23649
Mar. 3rd, 2015 09:08 pm (UTC)
Вот ещё две башни, по типу кладки похожи на дом интервентов, но что на самом деле х.з.
http://avp23649.livejournal.com/170353.html
military_museum
Mar. 1st, 2015 12:40 pm (UTC)
Интересно, что и сербы там отметились...
avp23649
Mar. 1st, 2015 11:19 pm (UTC)
А вот так выглядит кладбище интервентов в Мурманске(могилы, что на одном из снимков в середине поста), правда его перенесли в 30-е на новое место http://avp23649.livejournal.com/167568.html
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