Isegrim (e. Wolf)

This Wolfpack operated from 1 Jan 1944 to 27 Jan 1944.

Notes: Isegrim is an old fashioned German lyrical word for "Wolf".

U-boats involved with this Wolfpack were:

U-278Joachim Franze16 Jan 194427 Jan 1944 
U-312Kurt-Heinz Nicolay25 Jan 194427 Jan 1944 
U-314Georg-Wilhelm Basse5 Jan 194413 Jan 1944 
U-314Georg-Wilhelm Basse25 Jan 194427 Jan 1944 
U-360Klaus-Helmuth Becker1 Jan 194427 Jan 1944 
U-425Heinz Bentzien1 Jan 194427 Jan 1944 
U-472Wolfgang-Friedrich Freiherr von Forstner25 Jan 194427 Jan 1944 
U-601Otto Hansen16 Jan 194427 Jan 1944 
U-636Hans Hildebrandt1 Jan 19447 Jan 1944 
U-716Hans Dunkelberg25 Jan 194427 Jan 1944 
U-737Paul Brasack16 Jan 194427 Jan 1944 
U-739Ernst Mangold16 Jan 194427 Jan 1944 
U-956Hans-Dieter Mohs8 Jan 194417 Jan 1944 
U-957Gerd Schaar5 Jan 194411 Jan 1944 
U-965Klaus Ohling5 Jan 194427 Jan 1944 
15 boats.

Daily positions of Wolfpack Isegrim

Daily positions of U-boats of Wolfpack Isegrim. The letters are each assigned to one specific boat.

U-boat position. U-boat lost from the Wolfpack.

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Ships hit by this Wolfpack

Date U-boat Commander Name of ship Tons Nat. Convoy
25 Jan 1944U-360Klaus-Helmuth Becker HMS Obdurate (G 39) (d.)1,540brJW-56A
25 Jan 1944U-278Joachim Franze Penelope Barker7,177amJW-56A
26 Jan 1944U-716Hans Dunkelberg Andrew G. Curtin7,200amJW-56A
26 Jan 1944U-360Klaus-Helmuth Becker Fort Bellingham (d.)7,153brJW-56A
26 Jan 1944U-716Hans Dunkelberg USS PTC-39 [Trans.]54amJW-56A

3 ships sunk (14,431 tons) and 2 ships damaged (8,693 tons).

We have a picture of this vessel.
(d.) means the ship was damaged.
[Trans.] indicates the vessel was lost while being transported on another vessel.

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