Patrol info for U-106
|Departure||Arrival / Fate||Duration|
|28 Jul 1943||Lorient||2 Aug 1943||Lost||6 days|
Oblt. Wolf-Dietrich Damerow
Ltn. Hasso Stegemann
Daily positions, sinkings and allied attacks during the patrol of U-106
We have 2 daily positions for the 6 days U-106 was at sea.
Ships hit by U-106 during this patrol
General Events during this patrol
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Attacks on U-106 during this patrol
1 Aug 1943
The boat was attacked by a British B-24 Liberator (59 Sqn RAF/K, pilot F/L M. Charlton) in the Bay of Biscay. No damage from the two depth charges dropped, but strafing killed one crewman and wounded two others. [Matrosengefreiter Rolf Ebeling]
2 Aug 1943
The boat was attacked by a Canadian Wellington (407 Sqn RCAF/C) in the Bay of Biscay and straddled by six depth charges, one of which one actually bounced off the stern and exploded close nearby. Severe damage forced U-106 to make for port, and despite at first managing to keep the shadowing aircraft at a distance, other Allied forces vectored to the area located and sank her in the evening.
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