Wolfpacks

Neuland (e. New Territory)

This Wolfpack operated from 4 Mar 1943 to 13 Mar 1943.

Notes: 8 boats leave to join group Ostmark on 8 March but on the same day Neuland is reforced with another 8 boats.

U-boats involved with this Wolfpack were:

U-boatCommanderFromToNotes
U-86Walter Schug4 Mar 194313 Mar 1943 
U-190Max Wintermeyer4 Mar 19436 Mar 1943 
U-221Hans-Hartwig Trojer8 Mar 194313 Mar 1943 
U-229Robert Schetelig4 Mar 19436 Mar 1943 
U-336Hans Hunger8 Mar 194313 Mar 1943 
U-373Paul-Karl Loeser4 Mar 194313 Mar 1943 
U-406Horst Dieterichs4 Mar 194313 Mar 1943 
U-439Helmut von Tippelskirch4 Mar 19436 Mar 1943 
U-440Hans Geissler6 Mar 194313 Mar 1943 
U-441Klaus Hartmann6 Mar 194313 Mar 1943 
U-444Albert Langfeld8 Mar 194311 Mar 1943U-boat was lost
U-447Friedrich Bothe4 Mar 19436 Mar 1943 
U-530Kurt Lange4 Mar 19436 Mar 1943 
U-590Heinrich Müller-Edzards8 Mar 194313 Mar 1943 
U-608Rolf Struckmeier8 Mar 194313 Mar 1943 
U-618Kurt Baberg4 Mar 19436 Mar 1943 
U-633Bernhard Müller4 Mar 19436 Mar 1943 
U-641Horst Rendtel4 Mar 19436 Mar 1943 
U-642Herbert Brünning4 Mar 19436 Mar 1943 
U-659Hans Stock8 Mar 194313 Mar 1943 
U-665Hans-Jürgen Haupt4 Mar 19436 Mar 1943 
U-757Friedrich Deetz4 Mar 194312 Mar 1943 
22 boats.

Daily positions of Wolfpack Neuland

Daily positions of U-boats of Wolfpack Neuland. 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
10 Mar 1943U-221Hans-Hartwig Trojer Andrea F. Luckenbach6,565amHX-228
10 Mar 1943U-221Hans-Hartwig Trojer Lawton B. Evans (d.)7,197amHX-228
10 Mar 1943U-221Hans-Hartwig Trojer Tucurinca5,412brHX-228
11 Mar 1943U-86Walter Schug Brant County5,001nwHX-228
11 Mar 1943U-757Friedrich Deetz HMS LCT-2398 [Trans.]291brHX-228
11 Mar 1943U-590Heinrich Müller-Edzards Jamaica Producer (d.)5,464brHX-228
11 Mar 1943U-757Friedrich Deetz William C. Gorgas7,197amHX-228
 37,127

5 ships sunk (24,466 tons) and 2 ships damaged (12,661 tons).

Legend
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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