Allied Warships

S-32

Submarine of the S (Stalinec) class

NavyThe Soviet Navy
TypeSubmarine
ClassS (Stalinec) 
Pennant 
Built byMarti Yard (Nikolayev, U.S.S.R.) / Yard 198 
Ordered 
Laid down15 Oct 1937 
Launched27 Apr 1939 
Commissioned19 Jun 1940 
Lost26 Jun 1942 
Loss position44.12N, 33.48E
History

Black Sea fleet.

Lost with all hands during support duties to Sevastopol. Most likely bombed and sunk by a German aircraft on 26 June 1942 south of the Crimea in position 44º12'N, 33º48'E.

Sometimes the Italian small submarines CB-3 or CB-4 are credited for sinking S-32, but dates of their activities do not match with S-32 trip.

 

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