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A term for a russian ship, coined by the one built in 1941


In the fall of 1941, the Krassin arrived at Bremerton, Washington, and a Coast Guard party surveyed her. She was indeed in need of repairs. The party noted that there were 50,000 leaky rivets and preliminary estimates as to the cost of repairing her and converting her to Coast Guard use, including adding additional berthing, armament, and electronics, totaled about $500,000. On 16 October 1941 the full amount was allocated from President Franklin D. Roosevelt's "Emergency Fund for the President."
"get on the krassin, the cargo is going to be late"
by Antov February 23, 2006
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