WWII U-boat Successes

Ships hit by U-43

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Date Commander Name of ship Tons Nat. Convoy
16 Nov 1939Wilhelm Ambrosius Arlington Court4,915brSL-7A
22 Nov 1939Wilhelm Ambrosius Arijon4,374fr14-BS
25 Nov 1939Wilhelm Ambrosius Uskmouth2,483br
21 Jun 1940Wilhelm Ambrosius Yarraville8,627br65-X
30 Jun 1940Wilhelm Ambrosius Avelona Star13,376brSL-36
9 Jul 1940Wilhelm Ambrosius Aylesbury3,944br
17 Jul 1940Wilhelm Ambrosius Fellside3,509brOA-184
25 Sep 1940Wilhelm Ambrosius Sulairia5,802brOB-217
2 Dec 1940Wolfgang Lüth Pacific President7,113brOB-251
2 Dec 1940Wolfgang Lüth Victor Ross12,247brOB-251
6 Dec 1940Wolfgang Lüth Skrim1,902nwOB-252
13 Dec 1940Wolfgang Lüth Orari (d.)10,350br
15 May 1941Wolfgang Lüth Notre Dame du Châtelet488fr
6 Jun 1941Wolfgang Lüth Yselhaven4,802nlOB-328
17 Jun 1941Wolfgang Lüth Cathrine2,727brSL-76
29 Nov 1941Wolfgang Lüth Thornliebank5,569brOS-12
30 Nov 1941Wolfgang Lüth Ashby4,868brOS-12
2 Dec 1941Wolfgang Lüth Astral7,542am
12 Jan 1942Wolfgang Lüth Yngaren5,246swHX-168
14 Jan 1942Wolfgang Lüth Empire Surf6,641brON-55
14 Jan 1942Wolfgang Lüth Chepo5,707paON-55
18 Nov 1942Hans-Joachim Schwantke Brilliant (t.)9,131amSC-109
3 Mar 1943Hans-Joachim Schwantke Doggerbank5,154dt

22 ships sunk (126,167 tons) and 1 ship damaged (10,350 tons).

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(d.) means the ship was damaged.
(t.) means the ship was a total loss (included in ships & tonnage lost).

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ship sunk or total loss (21). ship damaged (2).

In some cases the exact positions of losses are not known, those are not shown.

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