Submarine of the ShCh (Scuka) class
|Navy||The Soviet Navy|
|Mod||5th group (Type X)|
|Built by||Baltiyskiy Zavod (Leningrad, U.S.S.R.) / Yard 189|
|Laid down||17 Dec 1934|
|Launched||27 Apr 1935|
|Commissioned||17 Jul 1936|
|Lost||20 Oct 1939|
Rammed and sunk by the Soviet fishing trawler RT-43 at the entrance of Kola Bay. 10 crewman (another sourse says 7) survived, including the commander. She sank in 3 minutes to a depth of 250 meters.
|Former name||ShCh-312 / ShCh-321|
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Notable events involving ShCh-424 include:
15 Dec 1935
Renamed to SC-321. (1)
17 Jun 1939
Renamed one more time to SC-424. (1)
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