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Battleship Imperator Petr Veliki, laid down 1918. Standard displacement 37,500 tons. Speed 25 knots. Range 5,000 nautical miles @ 15 knots, Armament - 12x 381mm/52 guns, 24x 130mm/55 guns, 8x 100mm/50 guns, and 24x37mm/55 guns.

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Battleship Richelieu, laid down 1931. Standard displacement 35,000 tons. Speed 29 knots. Range 12,000 nautical miles @ 18 knots. Armament - 8x 381mm/50, 6x 152mm/50, 12x 120mm/50, 32x 40mm/60.

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Welcome to my fantasy fleet website.
 
Here are the ships, ports, and facilities of the fantasy fleets of the Russian Federation and the Republic of France

Here are the Russian and French fleets for a fantasy naval simulation set in 1921, the Wesworld.
 
 
The ships are designed using Rick Robinson's Springstyle warship simulation, and the guns using his "Big gun" simulation, both found here:
 
 
 
 
Other pages where Springstyle designs are discussed are the "Designing a fleet" discussion board on www.warships1.com
 
Its URL is:
 
This site is organized with a page each for initial French and Russian fleet support facilities, and a page for each ship design.

 

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I suppose I ought to explain the historical point of departure, as the background for this Russian fantasy fleet.  As Alexander Kerensky explained years later: "I was in market in Petrograd one day in March 1917, and thought struck me - Tsar's government fell, and I took power, because of food riots caused by inability of Russian railroad system to both supply Army with ammunition and cities with food.  Nothing will change by next winter.  I had better make peace."  And make peace he did.  By the last day of March 1917, Russia had left the war.  Of course, the Germans and Austrians drove a hard bargain, forcing territorial concessions in the Baltic, including the city of Riga.  But peace was attained, and Kerensky's government remains in power to this day (1/1/1921).  The Kerensky government has made the development of Russian naval power a high priority, and this revival of Russian power has been so impressive that the Republic of France (greatly put out by the separate peace with Germany in 1917...) has agreed to another Franco-Russian Alliance, signed on 17 November 1919.