The Polish Navy in the Cold War

Polish Day !
The story of the cold war Polish Navy is both sad and revealing in general of what happened in the Warsaw Pact. Starting a motly collection of allied ships from Britain or its own prewar vessels, modernized, were added many new Soviet vessels Poland was forced to purchase, through several naval plans, until leading to unrest that would crystallize around shipyards, notably Gdynia in the 1980s. Beyond this known history, Poland also came with a few interesting designs of its own, and had the largest amphibious fleet of the Warsaw Pact, outside USSR. #coldwar #poland #polishnavy #marynarkawojenna #orpwarszawa #gdynia

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