Submarine of the A (AG) class
|Navy||The Soviet Navy|
|Built by||Barnet Yard (Vancouver, Canada)|
|Ordered||14 Sep 1916|
|Laid down||1 Jun 1920|
|Launched||2 Apr 1921|
|Commissioned||16 Jul 1921|
Black Sea fleet.
Previous names: AG-24, im. tov. Lunacharskogo, PL-17, Communist (#13).
Made 17 war patrols during WWII. On 16 June 1949 she was renamed M-52. On 28 November 1950 she was excluded from fleet lists and broken up.
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Noteable events involving A-2 include:
20 Jun 1943
A-2 fires two torpedoes at the German barge F 307 off the Crimea in position 44?53'N, 35?57'E. The target is however not hit. (see map)
23 Jun 1943
A-2 fires (a) torpedo(es) at the German barge F 471 off Cape Chauda, Crimea. The target is however not hit.
16 Sep 1943
A-2 fires 2 torpedoes at the German barge F 369 some 12 nautical miles south-west of Sudak, Crimea, Ukraine in position 44°46'N, 34°46'E. The target is however not hit. (see map)
10 Oct 1943
A-2 torpedoed and sank the German barge F 474 (155 GRT) off Yalta, Crimea in position 44°28'N, 34°13'E. (see map)