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Mr Koltsov, who was 23 at the time, told the film team that he was ordered to investigate suspect activity around the ship Ordzhonikidze, which had the future Soviet president Nikita Khrushchev on board, as it was anchored in Stokes Bay near Portsmouth harbour.
He claimed to have spotted Cdr Crabb fixing a mine to the hull. A fight ensued and Mr Koltsov said that he killed the Navy frogman.
"I saw a silhouette of a diver in a light frogman suit who was fiddling with something at the starboard, next to the ship's ammunition stores," Mr Koltsov said.
"I swam closer and saw that he was fixing a mine."
Cdr Crabb, awarded the George Medal and OBE for his actions during the Second World War, was 47 when he disappeared. The murky incident sent relations between the Soviet state and Britain into freefall