Convoy battles

Ships hit from convoy Torch


Date U-boat Commander Name of ship Tons Nat.Map
9 Nov 1942U-331Hans-Diedrich Freiherr von Tiesenhausen USS Leedstown (AP 73)9,135amA
10 Nov 1942U-431Wilhelm Dommes HMS Martin (G 44)1,920brB
11 Nov 1942U-407Ernst-Ulrich Brüller Viceroy of India19,627brC
11 Nov 1942U-380Josef Röther Nieuw Zeeland11,069nlD
12 Nov 1942U-515Werner Henke HMS Hecla (F 20)10,850brE
12 Nov 1942U-515Werner Henke HMS Marne (G 35) (d.)1,920brF
13 Nov 1942U-81Friedrich Guggenberger Maron6,487brG
14 Nov 1942U-73Horst Deckert Lalande (d.)7,453brH
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6 ships sunk (59,088 tons) and 2 ships damaged (9,373 tons).

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(d.) means the ship was damaged.

Locations of ships hit from Torch (41).

sunk ship. damaged ship.

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This was the only convoy on route Torch hit by U-boats in the war.


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