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Russia, also referred to as the USSR and Soviet Union, was a pre-War country.


Russia is located to the west of Canada and Alaska across the Bering Strait.[1] In the nineteenth century, the United States acquired land from Russia.[1]



Russia is mentioned in Fallout, Fallout 3, Fallout 4, Fallout 76, and Fallout Tactics.

Behind the scenes



  1. 1.0 1.1 Museum Kiosk
  2. Pioneer Scout camp terminal entries; Pioneer badge exam terminal, Rail Enthusiast
  3. Eddie Winter holotape 0
  4. Vault Dweller: "How did you end up here?"
    Lev: "From Russia, before the war. But I like it here. Americans are so soft. Such easy prey."
    (Lev's dialogue)
  5. Fallout 3 loading screen
  6. Museum of Technology placard: "This is the actual skeleton of Captain Carl Bell who died on May 5, 1961 after his Space Capsule crash landed. Captain Bell is credited as being the first human in space on board the Space Capsule Defiance 7, but this has been constantly refuted by both the Soviet Union and China. Defiance 7's fight lasted for a total of 12 minutes and 7 seconds as it achieved one full revolution around the Earth. Donated by Edwina Bell."
  7. The Switchboard terminal entries; research terminal, > 2067 Jun 19
  8. Items.txt: "desc_ak47ifle = {The AK-47 and its derivatives formed the mainstay of the Soviet Armies. Its reliability, ruggedness and accuracy have earned it the reputation of being the best assault rifle ever made.}"
  9. Natalia Dubrovhsky's character selection menu
  10. Bottle texture in Fallout 4
  11. Svetlana: "Congratulations, comrade! You are now top notch secret agent. I look forward to seeing what you do for Mother Russia."
    (Svetlana's dialogue)
  1. Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition p.85: "Michael Masters
    Michael Masters was an esteemed electronic and biological engineer before the bombs dropped. He doesn't remember much of the first years after D.C. was destroyed, but he does remember his human life and resents his Ghoulish nature (though he does appreciate the gift of longevity). He was extremely intelligent and jovial in his old life, but living as a Ghoul has made him very pessimistic and angry at the world. He sees his Ghoulness as a karmic curse, because he was attempting to keep America at the forefront of human mutation experiments, breeding super-warriors after being inspired by the work of the German, Russian, and Chinese doctors."
    (Fallout 3 Official Game Guide/Wasteland Census)
  2. Vault Dweller's Survival Guide p. 3-2: "Natalia is the grand-child of a Russian diplomat who worked at the Soviet Consulate in Los Angeles."
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