Submarine of the M (Malyutka) class
|Navy||The Soviet Navy|
|Mod||4th group (type XV)|
|Built by||Sudomekh (Leningrad, U.S.S.R.) / Yard 196|
|Laid down||31 Mar 1940|
|Launched||17 Jul 1941|
|Commissioned||16 Apr 1943|
Transported from the Caspian Sea to the Arctic during 14 April / 28 May 1943.
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Notable events involving M-201 include:
19 Jan 1944
M-201 fires two torpedoes against the German merchant Dessau (5933 GRT, built 1923) 2 nautical miles east of Berlev?g, Norway in position 70°87'N, 29°17'E. The torpedoes missed their target.
26 May 1944
M-201 fires four torpedoes against 'what are identified as ' a auxiliary patrol vessel and a merchant in a German convoy north of the Syltefjord in position 70°70'N, 30°40'E. All four torpedoes missed their targets.
16 Jun 1944
M-201 fires two torpedoes against the wreck of the German merchant Natal (3172 GRT, built 1922) off Makkaur.
19 Aug 1944
M-201 torpedoed and sank the German auxiliary patrol vessel V 6112 / Friesse (452 GRT, built 1937, former British Bradman) off the Persfjord 7 nautical miles north-west of Vard?, Norway in position 70°47'N, 30°95'E.