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«International Naval Journal»

(Международный военно-морской журнал) – научный журнал.

E-ISSN 2413-7596

Периодичность – 1 раз в год.
Издается с 2013 года.

3 September 29, 2016

Articles and Statements

1. Manuel Quero Oliván
The Coast Guard and Customs Forces of Algeciras Bay

International Naval Journal, 2016, Vol.(11), Is. 3, pp. 128-131.
DOI: 10.13187/inj.2016.11.128CrossRef

The article gives a brief history of the Coast Guard and Customs Enforcement in Algeciras bay. Showing the difficulties faced by the Spanish customs, given the list of the ship's structure.

URL: http://ejournal37.com/journals_n/1475181342.pdf
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2. Yuri F. Katorin
Torpedo Gunboats: Ships, which did not Justify the Hopes

International Naval Journal, 2016, Vol.(11), Is. 3, pp. 132-149.
DOI: 10.13187/inj.2016.11.132CrossRef

In this article the history of the development of mine cruisers is described, this class arose in the end XIX of the century as the consequence of the numerous attempts to create properly nauti-cal torpedo boats and to ensure good conditions of inhabiting to their commands. Therefore these ships had much larger displacement, on them was established the intensive artillery armament, frequently due to weakening of torpedo. As the their basic destination was considered the defense of the large ships – of Battleships and cruisers – from the attacks of enemy torpedo boats in the open sea, and additional – the attack of the ships of enemy by torpedoes. However, the analysis of their combat employment confirmed that they cannot effectively protect large ships from the at-tacks of torpedo boats, since they considerably be inferior to the latter in the speed, since they con-siderably be inferior to the latter in the speed, but as the impact torpedo ships because of the large sizes and again after all low speeds also proved to be defective. With the advent of destroyers the class of mine cruisers rapidly and completely disappeared from the fleets of the leading sea powers.

URL: http://ejournal37.com/journals_n/1475181446.pdf
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3. Nicholas W. Mitiukov, Alejandro Anca Alamillo
Tug Steamer «Humberto Rodríguez»

International Naval Journal, 2016, Vol.(11), Is. 3, pp. 150-159.
DOI: 10.13187/inj.2016.11.150CrossRef

Among Cuban ships there were many vessels, that inherited for Cuba from the former Span-ish owners, and probably the most bizarre way under the Cuban flag did tug steamer «Humberto Rodríguez». During the Spanish-American War, the ship became well known thanks to the a scan-dal with her capture. On the one side the ship was lucky the sick and wounded under the guise of the Red Cross flag, on the other side, there were certain violations of this status. But in the end the international court recognized the illegal seizure of the ship and forced the US side to bring her back to Cuba. But in the end the ship was a part of the Cuban Navy, having served nearly half a cen-tury under the military flag.

URL: http://ejournal37.com/journals_n/1475181556.pdf
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4. Lesya L. Goncharenko
The Role of the Navy of the German Empire in the Colonial Plans of the Emperor Wilhelm II (1896–1900)

International Naval Journal, 2016, Vol.(11), Is. 3, pp. 160-167.
DOI: 10.13187/inj.2016.11.160CrossRef

The article deals with the issues of ideological background for the formation of the German Navy and its role in the colonial plans of the German Emperor Wilhelm II in the late XIX – early XX century. It is reported the main directions and peculiarities of the implementation of the naval program, in particular, the characteristics of the coverage of this issue in society and its scientific justification. Much attention is given to the problems of the Kaiser's participation in the formation and development of the fleet, as well as the Emperor's plans for the engagement of the naval forces to participate in the colonial policy of the Empire.

URL: http://ejournal37.com/journals_n/1475181647.pdf
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5. Alfredo E. Figueredo
Former Spanish Gunboats in Cuban Service

International Naval Journal, 2016, Vol.(11), Is. 3, pp. 168-172.
DOI: 10.13187/inj.2016.11.168CrossRef

The paper discusses the fate of the former Spanish gunboats, became a part of the Cuban na-vy. On the basis of controversial sources there is an attempt to restore their technical characteris-tics and history.

URL: http://ejournal37.com/journals_n/1475181735.pdf
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6. Valentin Ruesga Herreros
Patrol Vessels «Condestable Zaragoza» Class, Patrol Boats V-class and Antisubmarine Boats LAS-class

International Naval Journal, 2016, Vol.(11), Is. 3, pp. 173-189.
DOI: 10.13187/inj.2016.11.173CrossRef

It’s consider information about the number of ships of the Spanish fleet, that not reflected in the available literature. It’s proved that the Spanish patrol vessels of «Condestable Zaragoza»-class and French auxiliary minesweepers «Fanfaron»-class are one the same ships. The conclusion is made based on comparisons of appearance and performance of ships. There was renovated list of patrol boats V-class, shows that their history can be divided into three main stages: the first, when the boats belonged to the Secretariat militarized protection, information about boats are extremely sketchy and incomplete, the second – their inclusion in the fleet, when the information about the service enough full, but almost previous history is not reflected, and only the third stage, when the change came a new generation of boats old boats, often with the same numbers, the story is full enough. An attempt to reconstruction of the biography of LAS-class boats, it is assumed that this former Soviet boat, put the Republicans during the Civil War.

URL: http://ejournal37.com/journals_n/1475181859.pdf
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7. José Manuel Ibáñez Sampedro
On the Cruiser «Méndez Núñez» during the Civil War

International Naval Journal, 2016, Vol.(11), Is. 3, pp. 190-196.
DOI: 10.13187/inj.2016.11.190CrossRef

The paper presents a selection of photographs depicting the father of the author Luis Ibáñez Bengoechea, who served during the Civil War on the cruiser «Méndez Núñez». We give photo’s atributation based on known information. The author hopes that the descendants of the people de-picted in the photos can contact him.

URL: http://ejournal37.com/journals_n/1475181978.pdf
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8. Alexander F. Mitrofanov
«Typhoon» over Azov sea

International Naval Journal, 2016, Vol.(11), Is. 3, pp. 197-204.
DOI: 10.13187/inj.2016.11.197CrossRef

The paper provides an overview of the naval forces of Ukraine and the Donetsk republic on the Azov Sea. Analyzes the fighting in 2014-2015. Gives a list of the loss of the ship composition. Despite the second Minsk agreement on peaceful settlement of the conflict, the Ukrainian au-thorities have paid the special attention to the antilanding defense of Mariupol city. In the end, the loss of such large industrial center will cause irreparable blow to the entire Ukrainian economy. The metallurgical plants are the only suppliers of the shipbuilding and steel armor in Ukraine.

URL: http://ejournal37.com/journals_n/1475182061.pdf
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9. Jean Guiglini
Liner «L’Aquitaine» (1899-1906)

International Naval Journal, 2016, Vol.(11), Is. 3, pp. 205-207.
DOI: 10.13187/inj.2016.11.205CrossRef

The paper gives a brief biography of the French liner «L'Aquitaine», before the Spanish auxil-iary cruiser «Patriota». The article is illustrated with photographs from the collection of the author.

URL: http://ejournal37.com/journals_n/1475182157.pdf
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