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Russian Diving Books

These manuals were published by the EPRON diving institute between 1934 and 1940. The manual offered here is edition No 2 (30) of 1945, this is the last edition of these manuals. 17 x 25 cm, 267 pages. An extremely rare book. Price 125 euro plus shipping


( see also http://www.divescrap.com/DiveScrap_INDEX/Russian_helmet_developments.html for more info on these manuals )


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1945 Diving Manual of the Soviet EPRON Institute

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Hand book for the divers of the rescue and salvage service of the soviet navy. Both books were printed in 1945, 15 x 22 cm, part 1 338 pages, part 2 198 pages.  VERY interesting books because they contain all diving equipment in use at that moment: russian diving equipment, American and English diving equipment ( as supplied during the war with the Murmansk convoys ) And the German Draeger diving equipment ( war loot ) All is illustrated in these books, a ‘must have’ for the serious collector of vintage diving manuals. Books are sold as a pair, price on request


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1945 Soviet Navy Salvage Divers Handbook part 1 and 2

These manuals were published by the EPRON diving institute between 1934 and 1940. The manual offered here is edition XVI-XVIII. 17 x 25 cm, 320 pages. An extremely rare book. Price 125 euro plus shipping ( see also http://www.divescrap.com/DiveScrap_INDEX/Russian_helmet_developments.html for more info on these manuals )

1936 Diving Manual of the Soviet EPRON Institute

These manuals were published by the EPRON diving institute between 1934 and 1940. The manual offered here is edition No 2 (30) of 1945, this is the last edition of these manuals. 17 x 25 cm, 267 pages. An extremely rare book. Price 125 euro plus shipping



( see also http://www.divescrap.com/DiveScrap_INDEX/Russian_helmet_developments.html for more info on these manuals )

1945 Diving Manual of the Soviet EPRON Institute

John E. Kelly. Russian translation, printed in 1977. 14 x 22 cm, 311 pages, Price 25 euro plus shipping.

‘Business of Diving’

F.E. Zabolotnev. 14 x 21 cm, 514 pages, printed in 1975. A very rare book which covers all kinds of diving equipment used at that time: copper helmets, rebreathers and compressed air apparatus. When I understand correctly what is written on the title page this book was published as a school book for the Soviet Russian naval academy. Price 125 euro plus shipping.

‘Divers Handbook’

N.M. Madatov. 14 x 21 cm, 163 pages. Soft cover, published in 1967 for the ‘shipbuilding dept. in Leningrad.  Price 55 euro plus shipping.

‘Underwater welding and cutting of metal’

I. V. Merenov. ‘Light-divers‘ means SCUBA divers. 14 x 21 cm, 215 pages. Published in 1977 for the ‘Transport dept.’ in Moscow.  Price 55 euro plus shipping.

‘Light-divers Handbook’

S.A. Malcheva. 14 x 22 cm, 235 pages. Printed in 1945 for the ‘Kommissariat of the SSSR War Sea Fleet’  Price 55 euro plus shipping.

‘Underwater Technical Works’

Printed in 1980 for the ‘Ministry of Armament SSSR’ 13 x 20 cm, 100 pages. Shows each and every part of the diving apparatus with the IDA71u rebreather. Price 35 euro plus shipping.

‘Army Engineers Light-Divers Apparatus SLVI-71’

Printed in 1977 for the ‘Ministry of Armament SSSR’ 11 x 17 cm, 255 pages. Shows many Russian SCUBA diving apparatus. Price 35 euro plus shipping.

‘Reference book for swim-divers’

Printed in 1983 in Sevastopol for the ‘Staff of the Red Banner Fleet’. 16 x 25 cm, 79 pages. A commemorative book for 100 years Diving School. Interesting book, many B&W illustrations. Price 65 euro plus shipping.

‘Divers School 1882 - 1982’

Printed in 1983 in Sevastopol for the ‘Staff of the Red Banner Fleet’. 16 x 25 cm, 79 pages. A commemorative book for 100 years Diving School. Interesting book, many B&W illustrations.


Due to some damage at the cover of this book it is cheaper then the one above: Price 45 euro plus shipping.

‘Divers School 1882 - 1982’

I.V. Merenov, V.V. Lazarev-Stanichev. Printed in 1961 in Moscow for the ‘Ministry of Armament’. 12 x 20 cm, 229 pages. Price 55 euro plus shipping.

‘Sportsman Light-Diver’

I.V. Merenov, V.V. Smolin. Printed in 1985 in Leningrad for the ‘Shipbuilding Dept’. 13 x 20 cm, 382 pages. B&W illustrations of most russian diving apparatus Price 65 euro plus shipping.


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‘Reference Book for Divers’

I.V. Merenov, V.V. Smolin. Printed in 1990 in Leningrad for the ‘Shipbuilding Dept’. 13 x 20 cm, 397 pages. B&W illustrations of most russian diving apparatus Price 65 euro plus shipping.

‘Reference book for Divers’ questions and answers

N.A. Klimenko, N.K. Krivoshenko, F.A. Shakoviu, T.I. Bobrici. Printed in Moscow in 1956 for the ‘Ministry of Armament of the SSSR. 14 x 22 cm, 374 pages. Very good B&W illustrations of most russian diving apparatus of that era. Book is in a ‘used’ condition. Some pages are loose, one page was repaired but all is there. One of the best Russian Diving books ever published. Price 65 euro plus shipping.

‘Divers Schoolbook’

Z.R. Golbdin, V.P. Kozlov, F.P. Chelbishev. 14 x 21 cm, 336 pages. A rather technical handbook. B&W illustrations, diagrams and comparisons between Russian and western diving equipment. Dated 1990. Price 65 euro plus shipping

‘Handbook for diving and salvage work’

Published by ASU VMF, later renamed the ASS VMC ( both names stand for the ‘salvage direction’ of the Soviet Navy which incorporated the EPRON institute in 1942 ) These books are called ‘Svorniks’ ( proceedings ) This is No 6 of 1944, 16 x 25 cm, 95 pages. An extremely rare book. Price 125 euro plus shipping.

1944 ‘proceedings’of the Soviet Navy salvage direction

Published by ASU VMF, later renamed the ASS VMC ( both names stand for the ‘salvage direction’ of the Soviet Navy which incorporated the EPRON institute in 1942 ) These books are called ‘Svorniks’ ( proceedings ) This is No 7-8 of 1944, 16 x 25 cm, 135 pages. An extremely rare book. Price 125 euro plus shipping.

1944 ‘proceedings’of the Soviet Navy salvage direction

Published by ASU VMF, later renamed the ASS VMC ( both names stand for the ‘salvage direction’ of the Soviet Navy which incorporated the EPRON institute in 1942 ) These books are called ‘Svorniks’ ( proceedings ) This is No 9-10 of 1945, 16 x 25 cm, 139 pages. An extremely rare book. Price 125 euro plus shipping.

1945 ‘proceedings’of the Soviet Navy salvage direction

Published by ASU VMF, later renamed the ASS VMC ( both names stand for the ‘salvage direction’ of the Soviet Navy which incorporated the EPRON institute in 1942 ) These books are called ‘Svorniks’ ( proceedings ) This is No 11 of 1945, 16 x 25 cm, 87 pages. An extremely rare book. Price 125 euro plus shipping.

1945 ‘proceedings’of the Soviet Navy salvage direction

Published by ASU VMF, later renamed the ASS VMC ( both names stand for the ‘salvage direction’ of the Soviet Navy which incorporated the EPRON institute in 1942 ) These books are called ‘Svorniks’ ( proceedings ) This is No 12 of 1946, 16 x 25 cm, 71 pages. An extremely rare book. Price 125 euro plus shipping.

1946 ‘proceedings’of the Soviet Navy salvage direction

Published by ASU VMF, later renamed the ASS VMC ( both names stand for the ‘salvage direction’ of the Soviet Navy which incorporated the EPRON institute in 1942 ) These books are called ‘Svorniks’ ( proceedings ) This is No 13 of 1946, 16 x 25 cm, 78 pages. An extremely rare book. Price 125 euro plus shipping.

1946 ‘proceedings’of the Soviet Navy salvage direction

Published by ASU VMF, later renamed the ASS VMC ( both names stand for the ‘salvage direction’ of the Soviet Navy which incorporated the EPRON institute in 1942 ) These books are called ‘Svorniks’ ( proceedings ) This is No 14 of 1946, 16 x 25 cm, 62 pages. An extremely rare book. Price 125 euro plus shipping.

1946 ‘proceedings’of the Soviet Navy salvage direction

Published by ASU VMF, later renamed the ASS VMC ( both names stand for the ‘salvage direction’ of the Soviet Navy which incorporated the EPRON institute in 1942 ) These books are called ‘Svorniks’ ( proceedings ) This is No 15-16 of 1947, 16 x 25 cm, 125 pages. An extremely rare book. Price 125 euro plus shipping.

1947 ‘proceedings’of the Soviet Navy salvage direction

Published by ASU VMF, later renamed the ASS VMC ( both names stand for the ‘salvage direction’ of the Soviet Navy which incorporated the EPRON institute in 1942 ) These books are called ‘Svorniks’ ( proceedings ) This is No 17 of 1947, 16 x 25 cm, 87 pages. An extremely rare book. Price 125 euro plus shipping.

1947 ‘proceedings’of the Soviet Navy salvage direction