WWII U-boat Successes

Ships hit by U-510

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Please note that in the table below you can find a 'Map' column. This helps to find that particular attack on the map below.

Date Commander Name of ship Tons Nat. ConvoyMap
2 Aug 1942Karl Neitzel Maldonado5,285urA
10 Aug 1942Karl Neitzel Alexia (d.)8,016brB
19 Aug 1942Karl Neitzel Cressington Court4,971brTRIN-1C
31 Oct 1942Karl Neitzel Alaska (d.)5,681nwSL-125D
9 Mar 1943Karl Neitzel George G. Meade (d.)7,176amBT-6E
9 Mar 1943Karl Neitzel Kelvinbank3,872brBT-6F
9 Mar 1943Karl Neitzel Joseph Rodman Drake (d.)7,181amBT-6G
9 Mar 1943Karl Neitzel Tabitha Brown (d.)7,176amBT-6H
9 Mar 1943Karl Neitzel Mark Hanna (d.)7,176amBT-6I
9 Mar 1943Karl Neitzel James Smith (d.)7,181amBT-6J
9 Mar 1943Karl Neitzel Thomas Ruffin (t.)7,191amBT-6K
9 Mar 1943Karl Neitzel James K. Polk (t.)7,177amBT-6L
8 Jul 1943Alfred Eick B.P. Newton10,324nwTJ-1M
8 Jul 1943Alfred Eick Eldena6,900amTJ-1N
8 Jul 1943Alfred Eick Everagra (d.)3,702leTJ-1O
10 Jul 1943Alfred Eick Scandinavia1,641swP
22 Feb 1944Alfred Eick San Alvaro7,385brPA-69Q
22 Feb 1944Alfred Eick Erling Brøvig (t.)9,970nwPA-69R
22 Feb 1944Alfred Eick E.G. Seubert9,181amPA-69S
7 Mar 1944Alfred Eick Tarifa7,229nwT
19 Mar 1944Alfred Eick John A. Poor7,176amU
27 Mar 1944Alfred Eick HMS Maaløy (J 136)249brV
23 Feb 1945Alfred Eick Point Pleasant Park7,136caW

15 ships sunk (95,687 tons) and 8 ships damaged (53,289 tons).

We have a picture of this vessel.
(d.) means the ship was damaged.
(t.) means the ship was a total loss (included in ships & tonnage lost).

In some cases the exact positions of losses are not known, those are not shown.
In other cases the posititions are too close and the markers overlap, not much we can do about that.

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