D-2 / Narodovolyets
Submarine of the D (Dekabrist) class
|Navy||The Soviet Navy|
|Built by||Baltiyskiy Zavod (Leningrad, U.S.S.R.) / Yard 189.|
|Laid down||5 Mar 1927|
|Launched||19 May 1929|
|Commissioned||6 Sep 1931|
|End service||20 Jun 1956|
Decommissioned on 20 June 1956. Stricken on 5 March 1987. Became a museum ship on 8 July 1989 at Saint Petersburg.
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Notable events involving D-2 / Narodovolyets include:
5 Aug 1933
18.05-05.08.33 Transferred via Belomoro-Baltiyskiy channel (White sea - Baltic sea inland water route)to Murmansk and joined North Fleet. (1)
22 Sep 1939
Arrived from Polyarniy to Leningrad for overhauling and modernization. (1)
17 Aug 1941
Joined to Baltic Sea Fleet (1)
8 Oct 1942
D-2 fires a torpedo at the Swedish merchant Gunnar (1258 GRT) south of Ystad, Sweden. The torpedo misses it's target.
10 Oct 1942
D-2 fires a torpedo at the German merchant Timandra (948 GRT) 35 nautical miles east of Bornholm Island, Denmark. The torpedo misses it's target.
14 Oct 1942
At 1039 hours D-2 fires a torpedo at the German merchant Jacobus Fritzen (4090 GRT) between Bornholm Island and Ystad. The torpedo misses it's target.
At 1633 hours D-2, now south of Ystad, Sweden in position 55°10'N, 13°39'E, fires another torpedo at the Jacobus Fritzen. This time the torpedo did hit and sank the ship.
19 Oct 1942
D-2 fires two torpedoes at the Swedish merchant Konung Gustav V (3150 GRT) and the German merchant Deutschland (2972 GRT) 10 nautical miles south of Trelleborg, Sweden in position 55°11'N, 13°19'E. The torpedoes however missed their targets.
26 Oct 1944
At 1254 hours D-2 fires two torpedoes at what is identified as 'a merchant of 5000+ GRT' 8 miles west of Pape, Latvia. The torpedoes however missed their target.
23 Dec 1944
At 0452 hours D-2 fires two torpedoes at what is identified as 'a merchant' south of the Irben Strait in position 57°22'N, 21°06'E. The torpedoes however missed their target.
29 Dec 1944
At 2001 hours D-2 fires two torpedoes at what is identified as 'a merchant of 9000+ GRT, out of a convoy of 2 merchants and 3 escorts' south of the Irben Strait in position 57°18'N, 21°07'E. The torpedoes however missed their target.
3 Jan 1945
At 0620 hours D-2 fires two torpedoes at what is identified as 'a merchant and one escort' off Ventspils, Latvia. The torpedoes however missed their target(s).
2 Sep 1994
The information of D-2 / Narodovolyets Museum pages says : Мuseum of this ship was officially opened on 2 September 1994 at Saint Petersburg. (1)
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