Convoy battles

Ships hit from convoy BT-6


Date U-boat Commander Name of ship Tons Nat.
1 Mar 1943U-518Friedrich-Wilhelm Wissmann Fitz-John Porter7,176am
9 Mar 1943U-510Karl Neitzel George G. Meade (d.)7,176am
9 Mar 1943U-510Karl Neitzel Kelvinbank3,872br
9 Mar 1943U-510Karl Neitzel Joseph Rodman Drake (d.)7,181am
9 Mar 1943U-510Karl Neitzel Tabitha Brown (d.)7,176am
9 Mar 1943U-510Karl Neitzel Mark Hanna (d.)7,176am
9 Mar 1943U-510Karl Neitzel James Smith (d.)7,181am
9 Mar 1943U-510Karl Neitzel Thomas Ruffin (t.)7,191am
9 Mar 1943U-510Karl Neitzel James K. Polk (t.)7,177am
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4 ships sunk (25,416 tons) and 5 ships damaged (35,890 tons).

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(d.) means the ship was damaged.
(t.) means the ship was a total loss (included in ships & tonnage lost).

Locations of ships hit from BT-6.

sunk ship. damaged ship.

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3 convoys on route BT were hit by U-boats in the war. Read more about them.


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