Murman Coast

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Murman Coast

(ˈmʊəmən) or

Murmansk Coast

n
(Placename) a coastal region of NW Russia, in the north of the Kola Peninsula within the Arctic Circle, but ice-free
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After the White Army surrendered in 1920, the Soviets finally ruled the Murmansk Coast. Continuing the military theme by summarizing World War II operations on Kola, Took also describes the postwar strategic importance of the Barents Sea Coast and recounts his illegal incursion into the Western Litsa submarine base and the Northern Fleet Headquarters at Severmorsk, where he "felt like a spy and the Cold War seemed to be lingering on" (p.