Kirov class cruisers had armor 50-150mm.
|Name||Type||Displacement||Engines power, hp||Speed, knots||Main Artillery||Crew||Note|
|Kirov||project 26||9436||113500||35||3x3 180mm||872||Baltic Sea. Bombing operation in Winter War. Partecipated in Tallinn evacuation (flagship). Defense of Leningrad (damaged in 1942). Bombing operation during Vyborg offensive.|
|Voroshilov||project 26||9436||122500||35||3x3 180mm||872||Black Sea. Raid of Costanta (1941) Bombing operation at Odessa (1941), Fedosiya and Kerch (1942). Damaged by mine in November 1942, back to service in January 1943. Bombing operation at Malaya Zemlya (1943).|
|Maxim Gorkyi||project 26-bis||9728||129750||35||3x3 180mm||963||Baltic Sea. Damaged by mine in 1941. Defense of Leningrad. Bombing operation during Vyborg offensive.|
|Molotov||project 26-bis||9728||129750||35||3x3 180mm||963||Black Sea. Bombing operation at Fedosyia (1941 and 1942). Transport and evacuation missions to Sevastopol. Action of 2 August 1942 (damaged). Repaired on 1943 but no other actions.|
|Kaganovich||project 26-bis||10040||126900||35||3x3 180mm||812||Pacific Fleet. Uncomplete in 1941. Commissioned on 6 December 1944. Inactive in 1945.|
|Kalinin||project 26-bis||10040||126900||35||3x3 180mm||823||Pacific Fleet. Uncomplete in 1941. Commissioned on 31 December 1942. Planned transfer to Northern Fleet but then canceled. Inactive in 1945.|
Soviet cruiser of project 26-bis Maxim Gorkiy, Baltic sea
Soviet cruiser "Kirov" of 26 type, WW2 photo.
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