The mystery of the death of the battleship Novorossiysk, 1955.
On February 3, 1949, in the Albanian port of Wolon, the flagship of the Italian royal fleet - the battleship Giulio Cesare - was handed over to representatives of the Soviet command as a military trophy.
March 6, 1949 "Giulio Cesare" was renamed the "Novorossiysk".
On the night of October 28 to October 29, 1955, an explosion exploded on board the battleship in Sevastopol, and the ship sank, taking 608 people with them.
The program explores the version of the involvement of the Italian special services in the organization of the explosion, refutes the official version of the explosion of the German bottom mine and puts forward a version about the involvement in the explosion of Soviet special services.
As is known, the words of politicians, especially of the military, mean little, so modern researchers have only to simply compare facts and events, and behind each event there are living people who did not make loud political statements, did not take part in major international negotiations.
It seems to some politicians that these people have died long ago ... but they are alive and remember everything.
In the studio, the former sailors of the Novorossiysk battleship Mikhail Ivanovich Polkovnikov, Vladimir Nikolayevich Stolyarov, Vladimir Pavlovich Voiko, Mikhail Demyanovich Litvin, Chief Designer of the KB "Malakhit" Yury Konstantinovich Mineev, captain of the first rank in retirement Alexander Nikolaevich Norchenko.
Interview in the recording: Yevgenia Nikitenko (the widow of the duty officer Mikhail Romanovich Nikitenko), the wife of one of the officers Valentin Kalinnikov, the captain of the 1st rank, retired Nikolai Petrovich Muro.
Muru N.P. - Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, teacher, Honored Worker of Science and Technology of the Russian Federation, captain of the 1st rank retired. Mineev Yu.K. - designer of submarines of super-small type, chief designer of Design Bureau "Malakhit", Honored Designer of the Russian Federation.
Locations: Albania