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HMS Alader Youssanoff (1919)
HMS Alader Youssanoff Type: Seaplane tenders
Other names: Aladir Usseinov
Displacement: 2071
Aircraft capacity: 2
Fate: transferred to another country
  • She was originally Russian tanker named Aladir Usseinov and served at Caspian Sea. In the end 1918 - beginning of 1919 she was requesited by Royal Navy and converted to seaplane carrier and renamed HMS Alader Youssanoff.
  • During 1919 266 Sqn, RAF based on the HMS Alader Youssanoff actively fought against Blosheviks in the Caspian Sea.
  • In August 1919 British left Caspian region and transferred HMS Alader Youssanoff and all 266 Sqn airplanes to the Russian Volunteer Fleet (White Guards).

    Took part in wars:
    Russian Civil War (1917-1922)

    Aircraft:
    Great Britain
          Short S.80/81/166/184/827/830 [ 2 ].

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  • Volga (1919-1920)
    Type: Seaplane tenders
    Displacement: 2071
    Aircraft capacity: 2
    Fate: unknown/not clear
  • In October 1919 White Guards renamed her "Volga".
  • She still operated in the Caspian Sea until end 1919, then was abandoned and probably captured by Red Army.


    Took part in wars:
    Russian Civil War (1917-1922)
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