French Submarine Rubis (1931)

French Submarine Rubis (1931)

The Rubis (H4, 202, P15) was a Saphir-class minelaying submarine which served in the French Navy and Free French Navy during the Second World War. She was awarded the Ordre de la Libération for her services.

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French Submarine Rubis (1931) - Career - Ships Sunk or Damaged - 1944
26 September 1944 German auxiliary submarinehunter UJ 1106 (formerly Grönland), 464 BRT, hits a mine laid on 24 September and sinks at 58°45′00″N 05°24′00″E. 27 September 1944 German auxiliary submarinehunter UJ 1715 (formerly Lesum), 464 BRT, hits a mine laid on 24 September and sinks at 58°45′00″N 05°24′00″E / 58.75°N 5.4°E. 654 ... BRT, hits a mine laid on 19 December and sinks German auxiliary submarinehunter UJ 1113 / KUJ 7, 970 BRT, hits a mine laid on 19 December and sinks German auxiliary submarinehunter UJ 1116 / KUJ 11 ...

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