Submarine of the ShCh (Scuka) class
|Navy||The Soviet Navy|
|Mod||5th group (Type X)|
|Built by||61 Kommunara (Nikolajev, U.S.S.R.) / Yard 200|
|Laid down||13 Jul 1935|
|Launched||23 Apr 1937|
|Commissioned||4 Mar 1939|
|Lost||19 Jun 1942|
Black Sea fleet.
Torpedoed and sunk by the Italian torpedo boat MAS-571 near Cape Ai-Todor while performing transport duties to Sevastopol. 38 men lost, 2 men survived.
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Notable events involving ShCh-214 include:
3 Nov 1941
ShCh-214 sank the Turkish sailing vessel Kaynakdere (85 GRT) with gunfire south-east of Cape Igneada, Turkey in position 41°45'N, 28°16'E.
4 Nov 1941
ShCh-214 fires a torpedo against ' what is identified as ' a merchant of 4000 GRT off Cape Servi, Turkey. The torpedo however missed it's target.
5 Nov 1941
ShCh-214 torpedoed and sank the Italian tanker Torcello (3336 GRT) east of Cape Igneada, Turkey in position 41°53'N, 28°22'E.
1 Jan 1942
ShCh-214 sank the Turkish sailing vessel Koraltepe (209 GRT) with gunfire east of Cape Igneada, Turkey in position 41°43'N, 28°15'E.
29 May 1942
ShCh-214 sank the Turkish sailing vessel Hudavendigar (90 GRT) through ramming east-south-east of Cape Igneada, Turkey in position 41°50'N, 28°14'E
31 May 1942
ShCh-214 sank the Turkish sailing vessel Mahbubdihan (85 GRT) with gunfire east-north-east of Cape Igneada, Turkey in position 41°55'N, 28°15'E
2 Jun 1942
ShCh-214 sank the Turkish sailing vessel Kaynarea through ramming east of Rezovo, Bulgaria (on the Bulgian-Turkish border) in position 42°00'N, 28°16'E