Allied Warships

ShCh-320

Submarine of the ShCh (Scuka) class

NavyThe Soviet Navy
TypeSubmarine
ClassShCh (Scuka) 
Pennant 
Built byA. Marti (Leningrad, U.S.S.R.) / Yard 194 
Ordered 
Laid down31 Dec 1934 
Launched12 Feb 1935 
Commissioned29 Nov 1936 
LostOct 1942 
History

Baltic fleet.

Departed base on 1 October 1942, most likely mined in the Gulf of Finland.

 

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Noteable events involving ShCh-320 include:


26 Sep 1941
At 1505 hours ShCh-320 attacks ' what is identified as ' a merchant of 5000 GRT with one torpedo north of Danzig Bay in position 55°05'N, 19°38'E. The torpedo missed its target.

1 Oct 1941
While still on patrol of Danzig Bay, at 1419 hours ShCh-320 attacks ' what is identified as ' a merchant of 2000 GRT with one torpedo. The torpedo missed its target.

15 Oct 1941
While still on patrol of Danzig Bay, at 1115 hours ShCh-320 attacks ' what is identified as ' a merchant of 2000 GRT with one torpedo. The torpedo missed its target.

16 Jun 1942
At 1237 hours, ShCh-320 fires two torpedoes against the German minesweeper depot ship MRS 12 / N?rnberg (5635 GRT) west of Porkkala, Finland. Both torpedoes missed their target.

5 Jul 1942
At 1151 hours, ShCh-320 torpedoed and sank the German merchant Anna Katrin Fritzen (676 BRT) south of Klaipeda in position 55°29'N, 20°58'E.

16 Jul 1942
At 1329 hours, ShCh-320 fires two torpedoes against the German merchant Gudrun (1485 GRT, built 1923) off Steinort. Both torpedoes missed their target.


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