Patrol info for U-9
|Departure||Arrival / Fate||Duration|
|5 Feb 1940||Wilhelmshaven||14 Feb 1940||Helgoland||10 days|
|17 Feb 1940||Helgoland||17 Feb 1940||Wilhelmshaven||1 days|
Oblt. Wolfgang Lüth
Mine laying operation in the Moray Firth as preparation for the operation Nordmark. On 14 February, the boat arrived at Helgoland and had to wait for 3 days to return to Wilhelmshaven because ice was blocking the port.
On 14 February, the boat was returning from a mine laying operation in the Moray Firth but had to wait in Helgoland for 3 days to return to Wilhelmshaven because ice was blocking the port.
Daily positions, sinkings and allied attacks during the patrol of U-9
We have 13 daily positions for the 11 days U-9 was at sea.
Departure from Wilhelmshaven on 5 Feb 1940.
Departure from Helgoland on 6 Feb 1940.
7 Feb 1940 - 8 Feb 1940 - 9 Feb 1940 - 10 Feb 1940 - 11 Feb 1940 - 12 Feb 1940 - 13 Feb 1940 -
Arrival at Helgoland on 14 Feb 1940.15 Feb 1940 - 16 Feb 1940 -
Arrival at Wilhelmshaven on 17 Feb 1940.
Ships hit by U-9 during this patrol
General Events during this patrol
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Attacks on U-9 during this patrol
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* These are officers that later became commanders themselves.