WWI U-boat commanders

Friedrich Moecke

Oberleutnant zur See (Crew 4/07)

Successes
13 ships sunk with a total of 17,804 GRT
4 ships damaged with a total of 24,525 GRT

Born:30 Jun 1888 Ottmachau (now Otmuchów, Poland) 
Died:8 Feb 1917 English Channel 


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Ranks

3 Apr 1907 Seekadett
21 Apr 1908 Fähnrich zur See
28 Sep 1910 Leutnant zur See
27 Sep 1913 Oberleutnant zur See

Decorations

 Iron Cross 2nd class

U-boat Commands

UC 429 Dec 1915 - 19 Mar 1916
UB 1717 Mar 1916 - 15 Apr 1916
UC 4615 Sep 1916 - 8 Feb 1917 (+)
UB 125 Nov 1916 - 19 Jan 1917

Notes

No entry found for this officer.

Ships hit by Friedrich Moecke

DateU-boat Name of shipType of shipTonsNat.
 
12 Feb 1916 UC 4 AduatiekSteamer2,221be
12 Feb 1916 UC 4  CedarwoodSteamer654br
13 Feb 1916 UC 4 TergesteaSteamer4,308br
29 Feb 1916 UC 4 Den of Ogil (d.)Steamer5,689br
21 Dec 1916 UC 46 ModigSteamer1,704nw
23 Dec 1916 UC 46 William Middleton (d.)Steamer2,543br
24 Dec 1916 UC 46 Paul Paix (d.)Tanker4,196br
26 Dec 1916 UC 46 AgnesSailing vessel99br
26 Dec 1916 UC 46 NeptuneTrawler199be
26 Dec 1916 UC 46 Saint LouisSailing vessel184fr
30 Dec 1916 UC 46 SapphoSteamer2,087gr
 
1 Jan 1917 UC 46 GoosebridgeSteamer1,886sw
1 Feb 1917 UC 46 GammaSteamer2,115nl
2 Feb 1917 UC 46 Isle Of ArranSailing vessel1,918br
4 Feb 1917 UC 46 MartheSailing vessel154fr
5 Feb 1917 UC 46  Argyllshire (d.)Passenger steamer12,097br
6 Feb 1917 UC 46 LongsetNavy Trawler275br
 42,329
13 ships sunk (17,804 tons) and 4 ships damaged (24,525 tons).


Legend
(d.) means the ship was damaged.
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Media links


Kaiserliche Marine U-Boote 1914-1918

Dufeil, Yves

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