Kapitänleutnant (Crew 36)
No ships sunk or damaged.
|Born ||1 Jul 1917|| ||Solingen, Ruhr|
|Died ||28 Apr 1945||(27)||Travemünde|
Kriegsmarine crew book photo
|3 Apr 1936|| ||Offiziersanwärter|
|10 Sep 1936|| ||Seekadett|
|1 May 1937|| ||Fähnrich zur See|
|1 Jul 1938|| ||Oberfähnrich zur See|
|1 Oct 1938|| ||Leutnant zur See|
|1 Oct 1940|| ||Oberleutnant zur See|
|1 Aug 1943|| ||Kapitänleutnant|
|U-1103 ||8 Jan 1944 ||2 Jul 1944 || No war patrols |
|U-2513 ||12 Oct 1944 ||26 Apr 1945 || No war patrols |
|U-3012 ||27 Apr 1945 ||28 Apr 1945 (+)|| No war patrols |
Kptlt. Hans Bungards died following an accident while commanding U-3012 on 28 April 1945 (Busch & Röll, 1999).
Crew of 1936
Hans Bungards was one of the Kriegsmarine's famous Olympia Crew. This Crew chose the Olympic rings as their symbol (the 1936 Olympic games were held in Berlin). It was the largest Crew, and produced more U-boat commanders than any other – of the 164 who 'graduated', 140 took command during the war.
Patrol info for Hans Bungards
Ships hit by Hans Bungards
About ranks and decorations
Ranks shown in italics are our database inserts based on the rank dates of his crew comrades. The officers of each crew would normally have progressed through the lower ranks at the same rate.