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Navy Institute, St.Petersburg

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NAVY INSTITUTE (NI), St. Petersburg, at 17 Lieutenant Schmidt Embankment, developed from the Moscow Cadet Corps, in the same building where the Courses for Command Personnel were instituted in 1918. It was re-organised into the Command Personnel School in 1919, and became the Frunze Navy School in 1926; in 1939, it was ranked as a "higher educational institution" and named the Higher Navy School (HNS). The Frunze Higher Navy School merged with the Lenin Komsomol Higher Navy School for Underwater Navigation and was named the Navy Institute on 1 November 1998. On the occasion of the 300-anniversary of naval education in Russia in January 2001, the institute was renamed the Peter the Great Sea Corps - St. Petersburg Navy Institute.

A. N. Lukirsky.

Frunze Mikhail Vasilievich

Leitenanta Schmidta Embankment/Saint Petersburg, city, house 17

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