>Question: 59° 54' 45" N, 26° 15' 44" E is not the location of
>Petrograd (in context I'm assuming this is the city usually known as
>St. Petersburg in English)
The real St. Petersburg was called Petrograd from 1914 (when Tsar Nicholas II changed it at the outbreak of World War I, to make it sound less German) to 1924 (when Lenin died and Stalin changed it to Leningrad in his honor). In OWaW, it was probably always called Petrograd; in any event, there'd be no reason for the Orussians to have started calling it Leningrad.
>, it's four degrees due west, in the middle
>of the Gulf of Finland. Is that intentional?
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