Submarine of the S (Stalinec) class
|Navy||The Soviet Navy|
|Built by||Marti Yard (Nikolayev, U.S.S.R.) / Yard 198|
|Laid down||15 Oct 1937|
|Launched||27 Apr 1939|
|Commissioned||19 Jun 1940|
|Lost||26 Jun 1942|
|Loss position||44° 12'N, 33° 48'E|
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.
We don't have any commands listed for USSR S-32
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