Report of the commander of the submarine “K-21” Nikolai Lunin about the torpedoing “Tirpitz”

Nikolai Lunin



Report of the commander of the submarine “K-21” Hero of the Soviet Union, captain 2nd rank Nikolai Aleksandrovich Lunin (1907-1970, fourth from left) about the results of the torpedoing of the German battleship “Tirpitz”, who hunted for the ships of the naval convoys of the Allies.
Left to right: Vice-Admiral A. G. Golovko, Commander of the Northern Fleet, Rear Admiral N.I. Vinogradov, commander of the submarine brigade, Colonel N. A. Torik, Commander of the Political Department of the Fleet, Division Commissar, and S. A. Lysov, Submarine Commissioner.

 

 

Location: Polarniy, Murmansk Region, USSR
Date: July-August 1942
Author: Evgeni Khaldei

In : 1942

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