Ocean (British Liberty) class merchant ships
Below are the merchant vessels of the Ocean (British Liberty) class:
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|Loss date||Name of ship||Tons||Nat.||U-boat||Commander|
|8 Feb 1942||Ocean Venture||7,174||U-108||Klaus Scholtz|
|3 May 1942||Ocean Venus||7,174||U-564||Reinhard Suhren|
|3 Sep 1942||Ocean Might||7,173||U-109||Heinrich Bleichrodt|
|13 Sep 1942||Ocean Vanguard||7,174||U-515||Werner Henke|
|22 Sep 1942||Ocean Voice||7,174||U-435||Siegfried Strelow|
|29 Sep 1942||Ocean Vagabond (d.)||7,174||U-513||Rolf Rüggeberg|
|7 Nov 1942||Ocean Justice||7,173||U-505||Peter Zschech|
|26 Nov 1942||Ocean Crusader||7,178||U-262||Heinz Franke|
|11 Jan 1943||Ocean Vagabond||7,174||U-186||Siegfried Hesemann|
|15 Jan 1943||Ocean Courage||7,173||U-182||Asmus Nicolai Clausen|
|15 Mar 1943||Ocean Seaman (t.)||7,178||U-380||Josef Röther|
|29 Mar 1943||Ocean Viceroy (d.)||7,174||U-662||Heinz-Eberhard Müller|
(t.) means the ship was declared a total loss.
(d.) means the ship was damaged in the action.
12 instances of Ocean (British Liberty) class ships hit by U-boats.
If you miss a certain ship from this listing please let us know, we probably just mislabeled her class.