The Swedes had a squadron of eight ships on the lake - three brigantines, three galleys and two boats. The battle of Lake Ladoga (26 June 1702) was the first of two small boat actions that forced the Swedes to withdraw from Lake Ladoga (Great Northern War). War on Lake Ladoga 1941 – 1944 Photos According to the conditions of The October 14-th 1920 Tartu Peace Treaty between Soviet Russia and Finland the sides must not have on Lake Ladoga military vessels of more than 100 metric tons displacement; guns of caliber greater than 47 mm; military bases and installations. Lake Peipus has an area of 1,370 square miles (3,550 square km), although this varies. Nietjärvi is a name of a village by Lake Nietjärvi ("järvi" meaning lake).The place is located in the Ladoga Karelia district, north of Lake Ladoga (in the southwestern corner of the Aunus Karelia frontier), in an area which belonged to Finland up to the end of the Continuation War (1944). The claims of the German victories cannot always be 100% matched with Soviet losses. Starvation, disease, and shelling activities by the enemy forces were all partially responsible for the massive death tolls seen during the Siege of Leningrad. On 26 June that squadron had been attacked at the south of the lake and forced to withdraw. Everything is virgin clean, white almost blue, and over it all the gentle vault of blue sky. the second battle of lake Ladoga was a Russian victory over the German force and opened a breach in the siege which allowed to send reinforce, supplies and the most needed food for the starving people of Leningrad. Everything is made of snow-fences, made solid or with snow bricks, semicircular igloos for the anti-aircraft crews, foundations for the anti-aircraft guns.

Lake Ladoga is a large freshwater lake that borders the eastern part of the Karelian Isthmus.

On 26 June the Swedish squadron was at the southern end of the lake, close to shore with part of their crew on shore pillaging. It is connected by the narrow Lake Tyoploye to a southern extension, Lake Pskov. The first significant step in that process was Russia’s defeat of the Swedish Navy in the Battle of Gangut off the Southern tip of Finland near Hanko. Background: U-line prepares to meet a Soviet attack. The Swedes had a small squadron of ships on the lake, consisting of three brigantines, three galleys and two boats. Planning for the operation began shortly after the failure of the Sinyavino Offensive.

The battle of Lake Ladoga of 7 September 1702 was the second of two small boat actions that forced the Swedes to withdraw from Lake Ladoga (Great Northern War).

Lake Ladoga is an enormous plain of ice and snow-as on the Pole.

Operation Iskra (Russian: операция Искра, lit. Nietjärvi is a name of a village by Lake Nietjärvi ("järvi" meaning lake).The place is located in the Ladoga Karelia district, north of Lake Ladoga (in the southwestern corner of the Aunus Karelia frontier), in an area which belonged to Finland up to the end of the Continuation War (1944). Staraya Ladoga (Russian: Ста́рая Ла́дога), Finnish: Vanha Laatokka), or the Aldeigjuborg of Norse sagas, is a village (selo) in Leningrad Oblast, located on the mighty Volkhov River eight km north of the town of Volkhov.

The Second Battle of Lake Ladoga (January 1943): Experiences of a German Division From: Gott mit uns Research & Consultancy On the 12th of January 1943 my grandfather (4./Füsilier-Regiment 22) was buried alive when a soviet artillery shell exploded close to his dugout. By Michael Barrentine . Background: U-line prepares to meet a Soviet attack Edit. 1 January 1942: The Air Battle above the “Ice Road” of Lake Ladoga. Lake Peipus, lake forming part of the boundary between Estonia and Pskov oblast (province) of Russia. The battle of Lake Ladoga of 7 September 1702 was the second of two small boat actions that forced the Swedes to withdraw from Lake Ladoga (Great Northern War).The Swedes had a squadron of eight ships on the lake - three brigantines, three galleys and two boats. Annexed by the Viking Rurik, from whom the Tsars traced their bloodline, Staraya Ladoga was the first capital of Russia.

While the lake regularly freezes over during winter months, there was concern among Soviet officials if an ice road could be constructed to bring supplies into the city. The lake bottom, reaching a Only sparse supplies that were obtained across Lake Ladoga kept the city’s surviving population alive (even if barely) during this period.