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her sister ships were transferred to Port Arthur, which was then the port of the First Squadron of the Russian Pacific Fleet.[12] In September 1900, Popov radios were installed on Sevastopol and her sister Poltava, the first Russian battleships to have them.[13][14] They were also painted white, the same color as the other ships in the First Pacific Squadron.[15] She then left for Port Arthur and arrived at on 13 April 1901. As Russia was not at war with any Far East countries at that time, Sevastopol stayed in port, inactive.[16]

Wartime service[edit]

A black and white shot of three large ships near a hill-like background, with several small skiffs in the foreground.

Sevastopol (rear center) and her sisters
In early February 1904, the Japanese Navy launched a surprise attack on the Russian fleet at Port Arthur. Sevastopol was hit by one shell, either 6 inches (152 mm) or 8 inches (203 mm) in diameter, that wounded two men on her bridge. She soon turned in pursuit along with other ships of the Russian fleet, all firing their forward guns, but she failed to score any hits.[17] On 26 March 1904, Sevastopol was accidentally rammed by Peresvet, damaging a...