All Heavy cruiser classes (in service with the Soviet Navy).
2 ship classes.
Please note that we list the classes by navies that initiated/owned the class. Often vessels of certain classes were then built for other nations (or lent), those ships are not visible here but only through the navies pages or by looking into each class.
War losses: Heavy cruisers
|18 May 1940||HMS Effingham (D 98)||Cavendish|
|26 Mar 1941||HMS York (90)||York|
|1 Mar 1942||HMS Exeter (68)||York|
|1 Mar 1942||USS Houston (i) (CA 30)||Northampton|
|5 Apr 1942||HMS Cornwall (56)||Kent|
|5 Apr 1942||HMS Dorsetshire (40)||Dorsetshire|
|9 Aug 1942||HMAS Canberra (D 33)||Kent|
|9 Aug 1942||USS Astoria (i) (CA 34)||New Orleans|
|9 Aug 1942||USS Quincy (i) (CA 39)||New Orleans|
|9 Aug 1942||USS Vincennes (i) (CA 44)||New Orleans|
|27 Nov 1942||FR Colbert||Suffren|
|27 Nov 1942||FR Foch||Suffren|
|1 Dec 1942||USS Northampton (CA 26)||Northampton|
|30 Jan 1943||USS Chicago (i) (CA 29)||Northampton|
|30 Jul 1945||USS Indianapolis (CA 35)||Portland|
15 Heavy cruisers lost. See all Allied Warship losses.
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