Rudolf von Singule
No ships sunk or damaged.
|Born ||8 Apr 1883|| ||Pola, Austria-Hungary|
|Died ||2 May 1945||(62)||Brünn, Chech|
|1 May 1906|| ||Fregattenleutnant|
|1 May 1911|| ||Linienschiffleutnant|
|1 Feb 1942|| ||Korvettenkapitän|
|UD-4 ||16 Oct 1941 ||29 Apr 1942 || No war patrols |
Rudolf Singule was a highly-decorated WWI U-boat commander: see his KUK career page.
In 1939 he was recalled to service in the Kriegsmarine as a U-boat instructor in Italy and Kiel. He commanded the school boat UD-4
(the former Dutch submarine O 26
), part of the 5th (Training) Flotilla
at Kiel between 1941-42.
He was killed attempting to protect a woman from drunken Soviet soldiers on a street in Brünn (Brno, Czech Republic) five days before the German surrender.
Patrol info for Rudolf von Singule
This commander did not go out on patrols with his boats.
Ships hit by Rudolf von Singule