Ships hit by U-boats


Soviet Patrol craft (A/S)

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Type:Patrol craft (A/S) (MO-4 class)
Tonnage56 tons
Completed1941 - Zavod No 5 (NKVD), Leningrad 
OwnerSoviet Navy 
Date of attack30 Jul 1944Nationality:      Soviet
FateSunk by U-250 (Werner-Karl Schmidt)
Position60° 25'N, 28° 30'E - Grid AO 3356
Complement26 officers and men (19 dead and 7 survivors).
History After 07.10 hours on 15 July 1944, U-679 (Breckwoldt) had a gun duel with two Soviet submarine chasers in grid AO 3355 in the Baltic Sea. The attacked vessels could have been MO-104 and MO-105
Notes on event

At 11.42 hours on 30 July 1944 the MO-105 was hit by one G7e torpedo from U-250 and sank immediately at the north side of the Koivisto strait in the Gulf of Finland. The explosion brought other Soviet submarine chasers to the location and the U-boat was located and sunk in the evening by MO-103 (Aleksander Kolenko).


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U-Boat Attack Logs

Daniel Morgan and Bruce Taylor
(£ 38.25)

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