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Soviet Navy: Auxilliary vessels (1924-1935)

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Auxilliary and harbour vessels (1924-1935)

[Auxilliary and harbour vessels]
by Yosef Obskura and Zeljko Heimer, 17 Apr 1999

Flag of Workers and Peasants Red Fleet (RKKF) auxilliary and harbour vessels (1924-1935).
Zeljko Heimer, 13 Apr 1999, quoting from
Flag-znamya korablya, Russian Navy website,
consulted 07 Mar 1999


Vessels of naval fortresses (1924-1935)

Flag of floating devices (vessels) of naval fortresses (1924-1935).
Zeljko Heimer, 13 Apr 1999, quoting from
Flag-znamya korablya, Russian Navy website,
consulted 07 Mar 1999

Like the contemporary flag of auxilliary and harbour vessels, with two white crossed cannons in bottom fly.
Zeljko Heimer, 13 Apr 1999


Hydrographic vessels and floating lightsignals (1924-1935)

Flag of hydrographic vessels and floating lightsignals (1924-1935).
Zeljko Heimer, 13 Apr 1999, quoting from
Flag-znamya korablya, Russian Navy website,
consulted 07 Mar 1999

Like the contemporary flag of auxilliary and harbour vessels, with black and white circular device in fly.
Zeljko Heimer, 13 Apr 1999


Lighthouse flag (1924-?)

[Lighthouse flag]
by Victor Lomantsov, 26 Sep 2000

Flag for pilot, USSR. Blue flag with white border, adopted in 1924.
Victor Lomantsov, 26 Sep 2000


Pilot flag (1924-?)

[Pilot flag]
by Victor Lomantsov, 06 Oct 2000

Flag for pilot, USSR. Blue flag with white border, adopted in 1924.
Victor Lomantsov, 06 Oct 2000

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