Patrol info for U-1000
|Departure||Arrival / Fate||Duration|
|4 Jun 1944||Egersund||19 Jun 1944||Bergen||16 days|
Oblt. (R) Willi Müller
Daily positions, sinkings and allied attacks during the patrol of U-1000
We have daily positions for all 16 days on this patrol.
Departure from Egersund on 4 Jun 1944.
5 Jun 1944 - 6 Jun 1944 - 7 Jun 1944 - 8 Jun 1944 - 9 Jun 1944 - 10 Jun 1944 - 11 Jun 1944 - 12 Jun 1944 - 13 Jun 1944 - 14 Jun 1944 - 15 Jun 1944 - 16 Jun 1944 - 17 Jun 1944 - 18 Jun 1944 -
Arrival at Bergen on 19 Jun 1944.
Ships hit by U-1000 during this patrol
General Events during this patrol
18 Jun 1944. U-1000 rescued two Norwegian airmen from a rubber dinghy in the North Sea about 50 miles west of Bergen, Norway at 0215hrs. They were from the Mosquito FB Mk.VI HP860 (333 Sqn RAF/R, pilot Lt J.M. Jacobsen) which had been on anti-submarine patrol on 16 June and was forced to ditch 13 minutes after being hit by AA fire from U-804 at 2259hrs.
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Attacks on U-1000 during this patrol
We have no recorded attacks on U-1000 duing this patrol.
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