Convoy battles

Ships hit from convoy ON-202


Date U-boat Commander Name of ship Tons Nat.Map
20 Sep 1943U-270Paul-Friedrich Otto HMS Lagan (K 259) (t.)1,370brA
20 Sep 1943U-238Horst Hepp Frederick Douglass (d.)7,176amB
20 Sep 1943U-238Horst Hepp Theodore Dwight Weld7,176amC
20 Sep 1943U-305Rudolf Bahr HMCS St. Croix (I 81)1,190caD
20 Sep 1943U-645Otto Ferro Frederick Douglass7,176amE
21 Sep 1943U-952Oskar Curio HMS Polyanthus (K 47)925brF
23 Sep 1943U-666Herbert Engel HMS Itchen (K 227)1,370brG
23 Sep 1943U-238Horst Hepp Fort Jemseg7,134brH
23 Sep 1943U-238Horst Hepp Oregon Express3,642nwI
23 Sep 1943U-238Horst Hepp Skjelbred5,096nwJ
23 Sep 1943U-952Oskar Curio Steel Voyager6,198amK
23 Sep 1943U-952Oskar Curio James Gordon Bennett (d.)7,176amL
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10 ships sunk (41,277 tons) and 2 ships damaged (14,352 tons).

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Locations of ships hit from ON-202 (45).

sunk ship. damaged ship.

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49 convoys on route ON were hit by U-boats in the war. Read more about them.


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