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Maks_russian
Posted: July 17, 2006 03:20 pm
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Hello I reserch any information(photos, fate) about ship Imperor Trojan and others romanian transport vessels in russian navy?
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Carol I
Posted: July 17, 2006 03:22 pm
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Take a look into the thread on Romanian fleet during WWI.
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Posted: July 17, 2006 05:16 pm
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Have you any photos of Imparatul Traian?
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Posted: July 17, 2006 05:20 pm
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How about transport ships? (apr 10)
i have russian transcription of they names
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Posted: July 17, 2006 05:39 pm
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i am sorry for erorrs (russian transcription of romanian names)
ship (russian name-tactical number)
Yaassi (Transport №155)
Dobruja (Transport №154)
Konstanza (Transport №152)
karpazi (Transport №151)
Buchachi (Transport №150)
Milvokul (Transport №144)
Oltul (Transport №143)
Siretul (Transport №142)
Turnu-Severin (Transport №153)
Muntenia (Transport №99) :huh:
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Andreas von Mach
Posted: July 20, 2006 11:43 am
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There was an interesting article on the Romanian Mercahnt Fleet 1877-1945 in STRANDGUT 60 and 61 (in German). There are published some postcards from my collection.

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Posted: July 22, 2006 07:57 am
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Can you send me this article on e-mail?(pz.kpfw@mail.ru)
Or link there this article be present in internet
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Andreas von Mach
Posted: July 22, 2006 12:40 pm
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There are no any elecronical version of the article.

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Posted: July 23, 2006 02:12 pm
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Can you share with me pictures of ships from you collection?
any quality? :o
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Posted: July 23, 2006 07:12 pm
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QUOTE (Maks_russian @ July 17, 2006 06:39 pm)
i am sorry for erorrs (russian transcription of romanian names)

These were probably the Romanian names:
Yaassi (Transport №155) - Iaşi
Dobruja (Transport №154) - Dobrogea
Konstanza (Transport №152) - Constanţa
karpazi (Transport №151) - Carpaţi
Buchachi (Transport №150) - Bucegi
Milvokul (Transport №144) - Milcovul
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Posted: January 14, 2007 02:43 pm
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I have found in Soviet merchant register 1926:
KONTROLNYY bonduary guard boat built 1917 Romania
registered Odessa No. 266 Owned Cosat Guard, Odessa
wooden 9,62x2,15x0,92m 1 motor Fiset

Was she one of cutters of Russian Danube flotilla ?

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Posted: January 16, 2007 03:16 pm
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There are many pictures of "Imparatul Traian", because this was a ship much seen in period post cards, some of them also available on the net. Some good examples:

http://miscarea.com/ado-diverse19.htm.

http://www.ibiblio.org/maritime/photolibra...2535&fullsize=1


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Posted: October 18, 2009 07:38 am
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From a russian document about the mobilized ships in the Russian Black Sea Fleet during WW1 :
Romanian ships :
Adagena(?), tugboat, 20.06.1917
Bicaz, small tugboat 44 HP, 12.05.1917
Carlamios(?), then Tugboat no.116, 160 to, 29.11.1915, del.1920
Elisabeta Frich, small tugboat 80 HP, 07.04.1917
Irena Miulon(?), small tugboat 40 HP, 27.04.1917
Lazar Kiriako(?), then 133, 370 to, tugboat Mavreta(?), 1915, sunk 1920
Sella, small tugboat 48 HP, 15.04.1917
Ceahlau, small tugboat 75 HP, 15.04.1917
Nehoiu, tugboat 72 HP, 24.02.1917
Ernesti, ???
Bucegi, 4430 to, 29.10.1916, returned 08.1918
Dobrogea, then no.154, 29.10.1916
Carpati, then 151, 7500 to, 29.10.1916, returned 10.1918
Clara Separis, then no.132, 2570 to, 1916, sunk 1920
Constanta, then no.152, 5500 to, 29.10.1916, returned 08.1918
??? then K-7…K-14, motor barges, returned 02.1918 (- K8)
Milcovul, then no.144, 2408 to, 06.10.1916, returned 1918
Muntenia, then no.99, 1509 to, 1915, returned 05.1918
Oltenia, then no.96, 3400 to, 1915, returned 11.1918
Oltul, then no.143, 6600 to, 06.10.1916, returned 1919
Polimitis, then no.156 Delta, 1917
Siretul, then no.142, 6770 to, 1916, returned 08.1918
Turnu Severin, then no.153, 29.10.1916, returned 09.1918
Iasi, then no.155, 1530 to, 29.10.1916, returned 08.1918
Dacia, 4515 to, 16.11.1916, transformed as aux.cruiser, returned 1918
Regele Carol, 4200 to, 16.11.1916, transformed as aux.cruiser, returned 1918
Principesa Maria, 3000 to, 16.11.1916, transformed as aux.cruiser, returned 1918
Imparatul Traian, 4505 to, 16.11.1916, transformed as aux.cruiser, returned 1918
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Posted: October 21, 2009 05:48 pm
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From russian sources :
These ships were loaned to Russia by romanian government entering war. On 1916 the steam ship Romania was transformed for carrying hydroplanes, and on 1917 other 4 steam ships (former romanians) Dacia, Regelei Carol, Imparatul Traian and Principesa Maria (Prinzessa Marija) also became hydroplane carriers. Sometime called auxiliary cruisers.
Weapons on all : 4-152 and 1-75 mm. Planes : 4 (P.Maria : 1)
Acted as hydroplane carriers : Romania, Dacia, Regele Carol.

http://www.hazegray.org/navhist/carriers/i...ia/rumyniya.jpg

Koroli Carol (1898 Glasgow), renamed 19.02.1918 «Ioan Roata». On 03.1918 was taken under control of the Georgian authorities in Batumi, but soon returned by them to Romania.
Dakia (1906 St.Nazaire), renamed 19.02.1918 «The 1907 year». On 01.05.1918, seized in Sevastopol by germans, later returnet to Romania.
Imperator Trajan (1906 St.Nazaire), renamed 19.02.1918 «Sozialnaja Revoliuzija». On 19.06.1918 seized in Sevastopol by germans, later returnet to Romania. Or : Imparatul Traian has retreated from Sevastopol to Novorossiisk 04.1918 - 06.1921.
Rumynija (1905 St.Nazaire), renamed 19.02.1918 «Respublica Rumynija». On 01.05.1918, seized in Sevastopol by germans, later returnet to Romania. Or : seized by the Germans 04/1918 at Sevastopol, surrendered to the British 11/1918, returned 1918.

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Posted: October 21, 2009 10:45 pm
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QUOTE (Maks_russian @ July 17, 2006 05:16 pm)
Have you any photos of Imparatul Traian?

Imperatul Traian, alongside Romania, at Constanta.

(IMG:http://img10.imageshack.us/img10/3953/imptraian0001.jpg)

A postcard from my collection. The stamp is postmarked 6 May 1925. The card is No. 3617, published by David Stern, Bucuresti, Strada Lipscani 3.
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