Wolfpacks

Coronel 2

This Wolfpack operated from 8 Dec 1943 to 17 Dec 1943.

Notes: Chilean town, south of Valparaiso
(Here the Sea Battle of Coronel took place in November 1914, where the German Far East Squadron commanded by Vize-Admiral Maximilian Reichsgraf von Spee sank the British cruisers HMS Good Hope and HMS Monmouth.)

U-boats involved with this Wolfpack were:

U-boatCommanderFromToNotesMap
U-92Horst-Thilo Queck14 Dec 194317 Dec 1943 A
U-107Volker Simmermacher8 Dec 194314 Dec 1943 B
U-302Herbert Sickel15 Dec 194317 Dec 1943 C
U-311Joachim Zander14 Dec 194317 Dec 1943 D
U-390Heinz Geissler15 Dec 194317 Dec 1943 E
U-415Kurt Neide8 Dec 194314 Dec 1943 F
U-421Hans Kolbus14 Dec 194317 Dec 1943 G
U-541Kurt Petersen8 Dec 194314 Dec 1943 H
U-543Hans-Jürgen Hellriegel8 Dec 194314 Dec 1943 I
U-544Willy Mattke14 Dec 194317 Dec 1943 J
U-618Kurt Baberg8 Dec 194314 Dec 1943 K
U-625Hans Benker14 Dec 194317 Dec 1943 L
U-629Hans-Helmuth Bugs14 Dec 194317 Dec 1943 M
U-645Otto Ferro13 Dec 194314 Dec 1943U-boat was lostN
U-653Hans-Albrecht Kandler14 Dec 194317 Dec 1943 O
U-667Heinrich-Andreas Schroeteler8 Dec 194314 Dec 1943 P
U-672Ulf Lawaetz14 Dec 194317 Dec 1943 Q
U-734Hans-Jörg Blauert8 Dec 194314 Dec 1943 R
U-761Horst Geider14 Dec 194316 Dec 1943 S
U-801Hans-Joachim Brans8 Dec 194314 Dec 1943 T
U-962Ernst Liesberg8 Dec 194314 Dec 1943 U
21 boats.

Daily positions of Wolfpack Coronel 2

Daily positions of U-boats of Wolfpack Coronel 2. The letters are each assigned to one specific boat.

U-boat position. U-boat lost from the Wolfpack.

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Ships hit by this Wolfpack

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