Lincoln Paine

The K-3 Leninsky Komsomol, the first Soviet nuclear submarine, undergoes repairs before being transported to the Museum of Naval Glory in Kronshtadt via the White SeaBaltic Canal.

Ruling the waves

Sea power derives from resources, a direct interest in sea-based trade, and pressure exerted by enemies. In the modern age, the importance of these factors in international affairs remains paramount.

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