Submarine of the M (Malyutka) class
|Navy||The Soviet Navy|
|Mod||3rd group (Type XII)|
|Built by||Krasnoye Sormovo (Gorkiy, U.S.S.R) / Yard 112|
|Laid down||22 Feb 1939|
|Launched||20 Aug 1940|
|Commissioned||23 Feb 1941|
|Lost||4 Jan 1944|
Black Sea fleet >>> to Caspian Sea in late 1942 / early 1943 >>> returned to Black Sea in late 1943.
Lost in the morning 4 Janaury 1944 during post-repair sea trials off the Georgian coast. All 22 men aboard were lost.
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Notable events involving M-36 include:
8 Mar 1942
M-36 fires a torpedo into Yalta harbour, Crimea. The torpedo fails to hit a target and runs up the beach.
23 Aug 1942
M-36 torpedoed and sank the German tug Ankara (112 GRT) off Odessa, Ukraine in position 45°49'N, 30°12'E.