WWI U-boat commanders

Freiherr Degenhart von Loë

Kapitänleutnant (Crew 4/02)

Successes
10 ships sunk with a total of 34,505 GRT
2 ships damaged with a total of 5,272 GRT

Born:2 May 1884  
Died:  

Degenhart von Loë

Ranks

1 Apr 1902 Seekadett
11 Apr 1903 Fähnrich zur See
29 Sep 1905 Leutnant zur See
14 Apr 1908 Oberleutnant zur See
22 Mar 1914 Kapitänleutnant
11 Nov 1919 Out of naval service
21 Jan 1920 Korvettenkapitän (Charakter)

Decorations

 Iron Cross 2nd class

U-boat Commands

U 285 Aug 1916 - 14 Jan 1917
U 10031 May 1917 - 30 Sep 1918

Notes

No entry found for this officer.

Ships hit by Degenhart von Loë

DateU-boat Name of shipType of shipTonsNat.
 
14 Jun 1917 U 100  CedarbankSailing vessel2,825nw
17 Jun 1917 U 100  GunhildSteamer996da
22 Jun 1917 U 100 Melford HallSteamer6,339br
5 Aug 1917 U 100 KathleenSteamer3,915br
9 Aug 1917 U 100 BlagdonSteamer1,996br
27 Dec 1917 U 100 Adelasteamer685br
 
15 Feb 1918 U 100 Thalatta I (d.)Auxiliary motor358nl
21 Feb 1918 U 100 Rio VerdeSteamer4,025br
16 Apr 1918 U 100 Lake MichiganPassenger steamer9,288br
9 Jun 1918 U 100  HeleneFishing vessel (sail)112nl
21 Jun 1918 U 100 Homer City (d.)Steamer4,914br
21 Jun 1918 U 100 MontebelloSteamer4,324br
 39,777
10 ships sunk (34,505 tons) and 2 ships damaged (5,272 tons).


Legend
(d.) means the ship was damaged.
We have a picture of this vessel.

Media links


Kaiserliche Marine U-Boote 1914-1918

Dufeil, Yves

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