Patrol info for U-22
|Departure||Arrival / Fate||Duration|
|20 Mar 1940||Wilhelmshaven||27 Mar 1940||Lost||8 days|
Kptlt. Karl-Heinrich Jenisch
The boat left for a patrol in the North Sea east of the Orkney Islands, but was ordered to a position off Southern Norway. On 27 March, she was ordered to assist U-21 which ran aground near Mandal, Norway. But U-22 did not answer and was reported missing thereafter, possibly mined west of Skagerrak.
Daily positions, sinkings and allied attacks during the patrol of U-22
We have 1 daily positions for the 8 days U-22 was at sea.
Departure from Wilhelmshaven on 20 Mar 1940.
21 Mar 1940 - 22 Mar 1940 - 23 Mar 1940 - 24 Mar 1940 - 25 Mar 1940 - 26 Mar 1940 -
Sunk on 27 Mar 1940.
Ships hit by U-22 during this patrol
General Events during this patrol
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Attacks on U-22 during this patrol
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