Submarine of the ShCh (Scuka) class
|Navy||The Soviet Navy|
|Mod||4th group (Type V-modified-2)|
|Built by||61 Kommunara (Nikolajev, U.S.S.R.) / Yard 200|
|Laid down||15 Apr 1934|
|Launched||31 Dec 1934|
|Commissioned||30 Dec 1935|
|Lost||6 Dec 1941|
|Loss position||42° 53'N, 28° 03'E|
The Soviet submarine ShCh-204 lost on 6 Dec 1941 in position 42° 53'N, 28° 03'E.
Black Sea fleet.
Most likely sunk on 6 December 1941 off the Bulgarian coast south-south-east of Varna by a Bulgarian aircraft. In 1984 the wreck was found in position 42º53'N, 28º03'E.
We don't have any commands listed for USSR ShCh-204
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Notable events involving ShCh-204 include:
30 Nov 1941
The Bulgarian merchant Zar Ferdinand (1994 GRT), en route from Eregli, Turkey to Burgas, Bulgaria reports being attacked by a submarine. This might have been ShCh-204.