WWI U-boats

UC 11

Type UC I
ShipyardA.G. Weser, Bremen (Werk 225)
Ordered 23 Nov 1914
Laid down 26 Jan 1915
Launched 11 Apr 1915
Commissioned 23 Apr 1915
Commanders
23 Apr 1915 - 11 Aug 1916 Oblt. Walter Gottfried Schmidt
12 Aug 1916 - 20 Aug 1916 Oblt. Reinhold Saltzwedel (Pour le Mérite)
21 Aug 1916 - 1 Dec 1916 Oblt. Max Schmitz
2 Dec 1916 - 29 Jun 1917 Oblt. Benno von Ditfurth
30 Jun 1917 - 19 Jul 1917 Oblt. Georg Niemeyer
20 Jul 1917 - 5 Aug 1917 Oblt. Benno von Ditfurth
6 Aug 1917 - 16 Nov 1917 Oblt. Karl Dobberstein
17 Nov 1917 - 10 Feb 1918 Oblt. Ferdinand Schwartz
11 Feb 1918 - 4 Apr 1918 Oblt. Reinhold Thomsen
5 Apr 1918 - 16 Jun 1918 Oblt. Werner Lange
17 Jun 1918 - 26 Jun 1918 Oblt. Kurt Utke
Career 83 patrols
26 May 1915 - 17 Oct 1915 Flandern Flotilla
17 Oct 1915 - 11 Aug 1916 training Flotilla
11 Aug 1916 - 26 Jun 1918 Flandern/Flandern I Flotilla
Successes25 ships sunk with a total of 33,198 tons.
1 ship damaged with a total of 378 tons.
2 warships sunk with a total of 510 tons.
2 warships damaged with a total of 5,084 tons. (View ships hit by UC 11)
Fate 26 Jun 1918 - Hit a mine while submerged and blew up in Strait of Dover at 51.55N 01.41E. 18 dead and 1 survivor


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