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Patrol info for U-103


DepartureArrival / FateDuration
1 Apr 1941Lorient12 Jul 1941Lorient103 days

Commander

Officers *


KrvKpt. Viktor Schütze
1WO

Oblt. Friedrich Markworth
Cdr training

KrvKpt. Jürgen Wattenberg
ObStrm

Paul Sander

Daily positions, sinkings and allied attacks during the patrol of U-103

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We have 101 daily positions for the 103 days U-103 was at sea.

Ships hit by U-103 during this patrol

Date U-boat Commander Name of ship Tons Nat. Convoy
25 Apr 1941U-103Viktor Schütze Polyana2,267nwOG-58
1 May 1941U-103Viktor Schütze Samsø1,494br
3 May 1941U-103Viktor Schütze Wray Castle4,253br
6 May 1941U-103Viktor Schütze Surat5,529br
6 May 1941U-103Viktor Schütze Dunkwa4,752brOB-310
9 May 1941U-103Viktor Schütze City of Winchester7,120brOB-313
11 May 1941U-103Viktor Schütze City of Shanghai5,828brOB-313
22 May 1941U-103Viktor Schütze British Grenadier6,857br
24 May 1941U-103Viktor Schütze Marionga4,236grOB-317
25 May 1941U-103Viktor Schütze Radames3,575ag
25 May 1941U-103Viktor Schütze Wangi Wangi7,789nl
8 Jun 1941U-103Viktor Schütze Elmdene4,853brOB-324
29 Jun 1941U-103Viktor Schütze Ernani6,619it
 65,172

13 ships sunk (65,172 tons).

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General Events during this patrol

1941

5 Jul 1941. U-103 refuelled from the German supply ship Charlotte Schliemann at Las Palmas, Canary Isles.

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Attacks on U-103 during this patrol

We have no recorded attacks on U-103 during this patrol.

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* These are officers that later became commanders themselves.

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