|Name||No||Yard No||Builder||Laid down||Launched||Comp||Fate|
|Таллин [Tallin] (ex-Петропавловск [Petropavlovsk], ex-Lützow)||941||Deschimag, Bremen, Germany // 189 Ordzhonikidze Yd, Leningrad||2.8.1937||1.7.1939||---||suspended 9.1941|
|Displacement standard, t||
|Displacement full, t||
199.5 wl 212.5 oa
6.60 normal 7.20 max
|No of shafts||
3 sets Deschimag geared steam turbines, 9 Wagner boilers
|Power, h. p.||
|Max speed, kts||
belt: 80 - 40, bulkheads: 80, deck: 30 + (50 - 30), anti-torpedo bulkhead: 20, turrets: 160 - 50, barbettes: 80, CT: 150 - 50
4 x 2 - 203/57 SK C/34, 6 x 2 - 105/60 SK C/33, 6 x 2 - 37/80 SK C/30, 10 x 1 - 20/65 C/38, 4 x 3 - 533 TT (22), 1 catapult, 4 seaplanes (Ar 196)
Former German heavy cruiser Lützow of Admiral Hipper class was sold 11.2.1940 to the USSR. 31.5.1940 she was towed off to Leningrad for completion which has not been finished. 25.9.1940 ships was renamed Petropavlovsk. To the Great Patriotic War beginning 2 main gun turrets and a part of antiaircraft artillery were mounted only.. She was used as non-self-propelled floating battery from September 1941 till 1944 with 2 x 2 - 203/60, 1 x 2 - 37/83 and 8 x 1 - 20/65 guns. 17.9.1941 Petropavlovsk was sunk by German field artillery at Leningrad; in September, 1942 she was raised; 1.9.1944 renamed Tallin, 11.3.1953 reclassified to training hulk and renamed Dnepr; 27.12.1956 to barrack hulk PKZ-112; 3.4.1958 she was written off from fleet list and broken up in 1959-1960.
12.5°-inclined main belt between inner barbettes was 3.75m high and 80mm thick. It was closed by 80mm bulkheads. Thickness of fore 3.85m high belt was 40mm, decreasing to 20mm fwd from "A" barbette; 2.75m-high belt with 70mm thickness protected aft part of ship and was closed by 70mm aft bulkhead of steering gear compartment. 30mm main deck was connected with lower edge of main belt by 50mm slopes, thickness of this deck increased to 40mm outside citadel. There was 30mm upper deck. Turrets had 160mm faces (with 105mm inclined parts), 70mm sides (with 80mm inclined parts) and 80mm roofs, barbettes had 80mm armor. CT had 150mm sides and 50mm roof. Underwater protection consisted of bulges and 20mm longitudinal bulkhead.