Ships hit by U-boats


Agia Paraskevi

Greek Sailing ship


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NameAgia Paraskevi
Type:Sailing ship
Tonnage80 tons
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Date of attack1 Feb 1944Nationality:      Greek
 
FateSunk by U-453 (Dierk Lührs)
Position34° 57'N, 34° 18'E - Grid CP 2975
Complement? men (0 dead and ? survivors).
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Notes on event

On 1 and 2 February 1944, U-453 rammed and sank four sailing vessels (Agia Paraskevi, Salem, Himli and Yahiya) in the Eastern Mediterranean.

At 04.55 hours on 1 February, the Agia Paraskevi (SA 122), of approx. 80 tons, was rammed and sunk by U-453 about 12 miles northeast off Cape Greco, Cyprus.

 

Location of attack on Agia Paraskevi.

ship sunk.


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