Leninets class submarine

Leninets class submarine

* "Group 3" : 7 ships built (L13 to L19) launched 1937 to 1938. All for the Pacific Fleet. A set of two stern facing torpedo tubes were added for this group

* "Group 4" : 6 ships built (L20 to L25) launched 1940 to 1941. 3 Baltic Fleet, 3 Black Sea Fleet. This group added stern torpedo tubes and new, more powerful diesel engines.


* Conway's "All the World's fighting Ships 1922-1946"
* Vladimir Yakubov and Richard Worth, Raising the Red Banner -2008 Spellmount ISBN 978 1 86227 450 1
* [http://www.morflot.tsi.ru/rus_flot_1696-1917/podlodki/type_l_2.html L-class submarines] ru icon

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