Allied Warships


Submarine of the U class

NavyThe Soviet Navy
ModThird Group 
Built byVickers Armstrong (Barrow-in-Furness, U.K.) 
Ordered23 Aug 1940 
Laid down30 Dec 1940 
Launched4 Nov 1941 
Commissioned29 Jan 1942 
End service 

HMS Unbroken was transferred on loan to the Soviet Union on 26 June 1944. Renamed V-2 (Cyrillic B-2) by the Soviet Navy. Returned in 1949 and scrapped at Gateshead on 9 May 1950.

Former nameHMS Unbroken

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Notable events involving V-2 include:

11 Oct 1944
V-2 torpedoed and sunk German patrol ship V-6517 (1)

17 Oct 1944
V-2 torpedoed and sank the German auxiliary submarine chaser UJ 1220 (542 GRT) off Nordkyn, Norway. (25 men missing, 37 saved, incl. commander) (1)


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