WWII U-boat Successes

Ships hit by U-371

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Date Commander Name of ship Tons Nat. Convoy
12 Jun 1941Heinrich Driver Silverpalm6,373br
24 Jun 1941Heinrich Driver Vigrid4,765nwHX-133
30 Jul 1941Heinrich Driver Shahristan6,935brOS-1
30 Jul 1941Heinrich Driver Sitoebondo7,049nlOS-1
 
7 Jan 1943Waldemar Mehl HMS Jura (T 169)545br
7 Jan 1943Waldemar Mehl Ville de Strasbourg (d.)7,159brMKS-5
23 Feb 1943Waldemar Mehl Fintra2,089brRopsley
28 Feb 1943Waldemar Mehl Daniel Carroll (d.)7,176amTE-16
27 Apr 1943Waldemar Mehl Merope1,162nl
10 Jul 1943Waldemar Mehl Gulfprince (d.)6,561amET-22A
10 Jul 1943Waldemar Mehl Matthew Maury (d.)7,176amET-22A
7 Aug 1943Waldemar Mehl Contractor6,004brGTX-5
11 Oct 1943Waldemar Mehl HMS Hythe (J 194)656brMKS-27
13 Oct 1943Waldemar Mehl USS Bristol (DD 453)1,630am
15 Oct 1943Waldemar Mehl James Russell Lowell (t.)7,176amGUS-18
 
17 Mar 1944Waldemar Mehl Dempo17,024nlSNF-17
17 Mar 1944Waldemar Mehl Maiden Creek (t.)6,165amSNF-17
3 May 1944Horst-Arno Fenski USS Menges (DE 320) (d.)1,200amGUS-38
4 May 1944Horst-Arno Fenski FFL Sénégalais (T 22) (d.)1,300frGUS-38
 98,145

13 ships sunk (67,573 tons) and 6 ships damaged (30,572 tons).

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(d.) means the ship was damaged.
(t.) means the ship was a total loss (included in ships & tonnage lost).

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ship sunk or total loss (10). ship damaged (8).


In some cases the exact positions of losses are not known, those are not shown.

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