What is it about men and directions?
Day of Russia’s First Naval Victory at Hanko Peninsula (1714)/День первой в российской истории морской победы русского флота у мыса Гангут (1714): Russia’s Spanish Armada
You have to hand it to the Russians, sometimes. Full marks for not giving up, where others might. In attempting to break through the Swedish lines, the Russians decided to drag their galleys across the peninsula on land, which can’t have been a walk in the park.
You have To Be Very Firm with your HRH about how going shirtless is not acceptable outside the bedroom, or before you know it, there will be a coterie of nearly naked men in your living room. Like not in a good way.
The Day of the Baltic Fleet/День Балтийского флота: The Double Glazing on Russia’s Window on The West
Russia’s oldest fleet sails through the turbulent waters of a changing map of Europe, and an American learns a new way to pronounce NATO.
Day of the Black Sea Fleet /День Черноморского флота: The Boys Who Brought You The Battleship Potemkin!
This would be like Great Britain having its Naval Headquarters in Galway, Ireland. So likely.