Italian submarines in World War Two

Italian Commanders


Armando Sibille

Born  22 Nov 1918Esile (?)

Ranks

  S.T.V.Sottotenente di Vascello
  G.M.Guardiamarina

Decorations

Career information

ALAGI (Aspirante G.M. officer): from 20.05.1942 to July 1942+.
Promoted G.M. on ?
Promoted S"t.V. on ?
C.B.4 (S.T.V. C.O.): August 1943?-09.09.1943?

Commands listed for Armando Sibille


Submarine Type Rank From To
CB 4 ()G.M.Aug 1943Sep 1943

Ships hit by Armando Sibille


DateSubmarineShip hitTypeGRTNat.Loss type
1.26 Aug 1943CB 4SC-203Submarine577SovietSunk

War patrols listed for Armando Sibille

 SubmarineDateTimePortArr. dateArr. timeArr. portMilesDescription
1.CB 4 ()5 Aug 19430500Sevastopol7 Aug 19431800SevastopolPatrol?

2.CB 4 ()17 Aug 1943Sevastopol18 Aug 1943SevastopolA/S patrol South of Cape Tarkhankutsi to Evpatoria Bay.

3.CB 4 ()19 Aug 19430840?Sevastopol22 Aug 1943SevastopolPatrolled between (a) 44°15'N, 34°15'E (b) 44°00'N, 34°15'E (c) 44°30'N, 34°45'E (d) 44°15'N, 34°45'E.

4.CB 4 ()25 Aug 19430500 (s.o.)Sevastopol26 Aug 1943SevastopolPatrolled off Cape Tarkhankut, between 45°00'N and 45°30'N, and between 32°30'E and 33°30'E.
  26 Aug 19430114
0115 (e)

(0) 18 miles west of Eupatoria.
At 0114 hours, a Soviet submarine was sighted and attacked with two torpedoes (450mm) fired at a range of 400 metres. One hit under the conning tower and the submarine sank.

This was the Soviet submarine SC-203 (Captain 3rd rank Vladimir Innokentyevich Nemchinov). There were no survivors and forty-five victims.

Her wreck was found in 1949. She was probably the submarine which attacked CB 1 on 23 August 1943, as tubes 1 and 4 were found empty.

5.CB 4 ()27 Aug 1943Sevastopol29 Aug 1943SevastopolCarried out a patrol?

CB 4 ()9 Sep 1943Yalta9 Sep 1943YaltaSeized at Yalta.

6 entries. 6 total patrol entries (5 marked as war patrols) and 1 events.

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