Soviet`s World War II era K- 21, K class (Katyusha)
The K-21 was a Soviet K class, Katyusha class submarine, laid down by Sudomekh, Leningrad (yard no.196) on 10 December 1937; launched 16 August 1939 and commissioned 3 February 1941.

Through the Great Patriotic War she made service with the Northern fleet (arrived from the Baltic through inland waterways on 24 October 1941).

During the PQ-17 convoy campaign she made an unsuccessful attack on the German Tirpitz, at the time she was commanded by Nikolai Lunin.
Served as a stationary training ship until 1959 and saved as memorial.
The K-21 became a museum monument at Murmansk in 1982.

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Saint Thomas 2008 Soviet Submarine K-21 (K class, series XIV 1938)
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