Allied Warships

RHS Glavkos (Y 6)

Submarine of the Proteus class

NavyThe Royal Hellenic Navy
TypeSubmarine
ClassProteus 
PennantY 6 
Built byChantiers Navals Francais (Blainville, France) 
Ordered 
Laid down 
Launched 1928 
Commissioned1 Dec 1930 
Lost4 Apr 1942 
History

Escaped to Alexandria and operated in the Mediterranean under British control.

Glavkos was bombed and sunk by German aircraft at Malta.

 

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Notable events involving Glavkos include:


21 Jul 1941
Glavkos sank the Italian sailing vessel San Nicola (21 GRT) with gunfire 4 miles north-west of Rhodos.

22 Jul 1941
Glavkos sank a sailing vessel with gunfire off Castelorizzo.

10 Nov 1941
Glavkos (Lt.Cdr. B. Aslanoglou) torpedoed and damaged the German merchant Norburg (2392 GRT) off Suda Bay, Crete.


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