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||26 Jul 1937|
|Launched||20 Jul 1938|
|Commissioned||12 Nov 1939|
|Lost||15 Aug 1942|
|Loss position||59° 50'N, 24° 30'E|
The Soviet submarine M-97 lost on 15 Aug 1942 in position 59° 50'N, 24° 30'E.
Sunk by depth charges from the Finnish patrol boat VMV 5 off Suursaari Island, Finland.
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Notable events involving M-97 include:
24 Oct 1941
M-97 fires a torpedo against the German merchant Hohenh?rn (3026 BRT) off Narg?n. The torpedo misses its target.
25 Oct 1941
M-97 fires a torpedo against a ship that is identified as a merchant off Talinn, Estonia. The torpedo misses its target.