Allied Warships

M-113

Submarine of the M (Malyutka) class

NavyThe Soviet Navy
TypeSubmarine
ClassM (Malyutka) 
Pennant 
Built byKrasnoye Sormovo (Gorkiy, U.S.S.R) / Yard 112 
Ordered 
Laid down25 Oct 1939 
Launched31 Dec 1940 
Commissioned5 Jul 1941 
End service 
History

Black Sea fleet.

Stricken on 21 February 1957.

 

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Notable events involving M-113 include:


26 Aug 1942
M-113 fires a torpedo at a submarine east of Cape Burnas in position 45°49'N, 30°18'E. The torpedo misses it's target. The target was possibly the Soviet submarine Shch-208 that was lost in that area in late August / early September 1942.

25 Sep 1942
M-113 fires two torpedoes against a (so far) unidentified merchant about 25 nautical miles north-east of Constanta, Romania in position 44°38'N, 29°15'E. Both torpedoes missed their target.

30 May 1943
M-113 fires two torpedoes at the German barges F-301 and F-304 about 15 nautical miles south of Balaklava, Crimea in position 44°23'N, 33°55'E. Both torpedoes missed their target.

10 Sep 1943
M-113 fires two torpedoes against a merchant in a German convoy south of Cape Tarkhankut, Crimea in position 45°17'N, 32°36'E. Both torpedoes missed their target.

28 Sep 1943
M-113 hits a mine some 40 nautical miles west of Sevastopol, Crimea in position 44°58'N, 32°54'E. M-113 is heavily damaged but despite this she managed to return to port.

28 Jul 1944
M-113 fires a torpedo against a German convoy with the auxiliary submarine chaser and 5 barges about 25 nautical miles east of east of Cape Kaliakra, Bulgaria in position 43°37'N, 29°03'E. The torpedo failed to hit a target.

22 Aug 1944
M-113 fires two torpedoes against ' what is identified as ' a merchant of some 2000 tons about 3 nautical miles west-south-west of Cape Kaliakra, Bulgaria in position 43°35'N, 28°39'E. Both torpedoes missed their target.


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