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Collapse of the Baltic Fleet.

(Extraordinary.—Received May 30, 8.30 am. London, May 29 Tokio reports state that the following Russian warships were sunk:—First-class battleships—Borodino, 13,600 tons; Imperator Alexander 111, 13,100 tons; Admiral Otchakoff, (tonnage not known). Armoured cruisers—Admiral Naklimoff, 8,524 tons; Dimtri Donskoi, 5,882 tona; Vladimir Monomach, (tonnage not known). Pro* tected cruiser—Sviethana, 3,828 tonsj Jemchug, 3,200 tons; the transport Kamschatka and the transport Pretessim. The first-clasa battleships Orel, 13,516 tons; Imperator Nikolai I, 13,100 tons; Admiral Apraxine, 13,100 tons ; and Admiral Seniavin, 13,100 tons, were captured. The Japanese squadron was undamaged.

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Collapse of the Baltic Fleet., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6583, 30 May 1905

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Collapse of the Baltic Fleet. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6583, 30 May 1905

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