River Class Submarine (1932)
From The Dreadnought Project
Britain's three "River" Class Submarines were large submarines completed in the 1930s, and the last to attempt to conform to a "fleet submarine" for the Royal Navy.
|Overview of 3 vessels|
|Citations for this data available on individual ship pages|
|Thames||Vickers-Armstrongs||26 Feb, 1932||Lost c. 23 Jul, 1940|
|Severn||Vickers-Armstrongs||16 Jan, 1934||Sold 1946|
|Clyde||Vickers-Armstrongs||14 Mar, 1934||Sold 30 Jul, 1946|
- six 21-in tubes forward
- one QF Mark XII 4-in gun
- one .303 machine gun
- Chesneau, Roger (editor) (1980). Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1922–1946. London: Conway Maritime Press. (on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk).
|River Class Submarine|
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