|Shipyard||Germaniawerft, Kiel (Werk 196)|
|Ordered||29 Mar 1912|
|Laid down||2 Jan 1913|
|Launched||6 Jun 1914|
|Commissioned||14 Nov 1914|
|Successes||14 ships sunk with a total of 12,674 tons.|
3 ships taken as prize with a total of 3,466 tons. (View ships hit by U 36)
|Fate||24 Jul 1915 - Sunk by gunfire from Q-Ship Prince Charles off the Hebrides 59°07’N, 5°30’W. 18 dead and 15 survivors.|
This was the first U-boat to be sunk by a Q-Ship (HMS Prince Charles commanded by Lieutenant Mark Wardlaw RN).
There was another U 36 in World War Two
That boat was launched from its shipyard on 4 Nov 1936 and commissioned into the Kriegsmarine on 16 Dec 1936. Take a look at U 36 from WWII.