Patrol info for U-14
|Departure||Arrival / Fate||Duration|
|30 Aug 1939||Memel||6 Sep 1939||Swinemünde||8 days|
Kptlt. Horst Wellner
Patrol in the Baltic Sea off Danzig and Bornholm.
Daily positions, sinkings and allied attacks during the patrol of U-14
We have daily positions for all 8 days on this patrol.
Ships hit by U-14 during this patrol
General Events during this patrol
3 Sep 1939. U-14 probably attacked the first warship in World War Two when she attacked the Polish submarine Sep (Cdr. Wladyslaw Salamon) on 3 Sept, 1939 at 2022hrs. The torpedo exploded prematurely about 200m from the Polish sub. The German commander (Kptlt. Horst Wellner) found wreckage (from the torpedo) and some oil from Sep's damaged oil tank. Believing he had sunk the boat, he radioed his claim in.
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Attacks on U-14 during this patrol
We have no recorded attacks on U-14 duing this patrol.
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* These are officers that later became commanders themselves.