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Patrol info for U-124

DepartureArrival / FateDuration
23 Feb 1941Lorient1 May 1941Lorient68 days


Officers *

Kptlt. Georg-Wilhelm Schulz

Oblt. Johann Mohr

Oblt. Werner Henke

Wilhelm Gerlach
WO sea training

Dieter Bornkessel

Daily positions, sinkings and allied attacks during the patrol of U-124

We have daily positions for all 68 days on this patrol.

Ships hit by U-124 during this patrol

Date U-boat Commander Name of ship Tons Nat. ConvoyMap
8 Mar 1941U-124Georg-Wilhelm Schulz Nardana7,974brSL-67A
8 Mar 1941U-124Georg-Wilhelm Schulz Hindpool4,897brSL-67B
8 Mar 1941U-124Georg-Wilhelm Schulz Tielbank5,984brSL-67C
8 Mar 1941U-124Georg-Wilhelm Schulz Lahore5,304brSL-67D
30 Mar 1941U-124Georg-Wilhelm Schulz Umona3,767brE
4 Apr 1941U-124Georg-Wilhelm Schulz Marlene6,507brF
7 Apr 1941U-124Georg-Wilhelm Schulz Portadoc1,746caG
8 Apr 1941U-124Georg-Wilhelm Schulz Tweed2,697brOB-296H
11 Apr 1941U-124Georg-Wilhelm Schulz Aegeon5,285grI
12 Apr 1941U-124Georg-Wilhelm Schulz St. Helena4,313brJ
13 Apr 1941U-124Georg-Wilhelm Schulz Corinthic4,823brK

11 ships sunk (53,297 tons).

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General Events during this patrol


3 Mar 1941. U-124 refuelled from the German supply ship Charlotte Schliemann at Las Palmas, Spain.

22 Mar 1941. On U-124, both diesel engines were damaged and inoperable. The crew worked for five (!) days at sea in the Atlantic to repair them.

3 Apr 1941. U-124 aided three survivors from the Umona, which she had sunk three days before, giving them water, bread, and a bottle of cognac.

7 Apr 1941. After sinking the Portadoc, U-124 provided the survivors with drinking water.

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Attacks on U-124 during this patrol

We have no recorded attacks on U-124 duing this patrol.

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* These are officers that later became commanders themselves.

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