"A Russian submarine from the second world war has been found on the bottom of the sea."
"the 37 crew members died when the submarine Sjtj-302 went on a German mine and was blown up in October of 1942."
"the Submarine is 67 meters deep at the Tyterskär in the gulf of finland, the Russian news agency Ria Novosti."
"Sjtj-302 was taken into service in 1933. The submarine went out on a patrulleringsuppdrag on 10 October 1942 from the port of Kronstadt near Leningrad. In the convoy included another submarine, a minesweeper and a gunboat."
"After having lost contact with the other ships in bad weather, blown up the submarine broke in the German minefield Seeigel any time between 11 and 13 October 1942. The entire crew under the command of captain Vladimir Netjkin died."
"the Submarine Sjtj-302 Okunj (Perch) is the eighth submarine found by a Russian dykarexpedition under the direction of Konstantin Bogdanov. The expedition is supported among others by the Russian geographical society, which in 2014 nominated Bid to the Year."
"Even a few years ago did the expedition sonarsökningar of the ocean floor where the submarine is visible, but very indistinctly."
"– the Submarine is visible on the sonarbilderna from the minefield Seeigel as we did in 2014 and 2017. But we passed it in the bad angle and the picture was unclear. Therefore, we drew attention to it not until now, " says Konstantin Bogdanov for Ria Novosti."
"Thus have all the sovjetryska submarines that sank in Russian waters during the second world war have been located – except the submarine M-96."
"the Submarine M-96 was also at home in Kronstadt. It never came back from a mission in the gulf of finland in september 1944."