WWII U-boat Successes

Ships hit by U-106

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Date Commander Name of ship Tons Nat. Convoy
17 Jan 1941Jürgen Oesten Zealandic10,578br
29 Jan 1941Jürgen Oesten Sesostris2,962agSC-19
11 Mar 1941Jürgen Oesten Memnon7,506br
16 Mar 1941Jürgen Oesten Almkerk6,810nl
17 Mar 1941Jürgen Oesten Tapanoeli7,034nlSL-68
17 Mar 1941Jürgen Oesten Andalusian3,082brSL-68
20 Mar 1941Jürgen Oesten HMS Malaya (01) (d.)31,100brSL-68
20 Mar 1941Jürgen Oesten Meerkerk (d.)7,995nlSL-68
24 Mar 1941Jürgen Oesten Eastlea4,267br
30 May 1941Jürgen Oesten Silveryew6,373br
31 May 1941Jürgen Oesten Clan Macdougall6,843br
6 Jun 1941Jürgen Oesten Sacramento Valley4,573brOB-324
28 Oct 1941Hermann Rasch King Malcolm5,120brSC-50
30 Oct 1941Hermann Rasch USS Salinas (AO 19) (d.)8,246amON-28
24 Jan 1942Hermann Rasch Empire Wildebeeste5,631brON-53
26 Jan 1942Hermann Rasch Traveller3,963br
30 Jan 1942Hermann Rasch Rochester6,836am
3 Feb 1942Hermann Rasch Amerikaland15,355sw
6 Feb 1942Hermann Rasch Opawa10,354br
5 May 1942Hermann Rasch Lady Drake7,985ca
21 May 1942Hermann Rasch Faja de Oro6,067me
26 May 1942Hermann Rasch Carrabulle5,030am
27 May 1942Hermann Rasch Atenas (d.)4,639am
28 May 1942Hermann Rasch Mentor7,383br
1 Jun 1942Hermann Rasch Hampton Roads2,689am
11 Oct 1942Hermann Rasch Waterton2,140brBS-31

22 ships sunk (138,581 tons) and 4 ships damaged (51,980 tons).

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(d.) means the ship was damaged.

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ship sunk or total loss (22). ship damaged (4).

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