WWII U-boat Successes

Ships hit by U-161

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Date Commander Name of ship Tons Nat. Convoy
19 Feb 1942Albrecht Achilles British Consul (d.)6,940br
19 Feb 1942Albrecht Achilles Mokihana (d.)7,460am
21 Feb 1942Albrecht Achilles Circe Shell8,207brON-60
23 Feb 1942Albrecht Achilles Lihue7,001am
7 Mar 1942Albrecht Achilles Uniwaleco9,755sa
10 Mar 1942Albrecht Achilles Lady Nelson (d.)7,970ca
10 Mar 1942Albrecht Achilles Umtata (d.)8,141br
14 Mar 1942Albrecht Achilles Sarniadoc1,940ca
15 Mar 1942Albrecht Achilles USCGC Acacia (WAGL 200)1,130am
16 Jun 1942Albrecht Achilles Nueva Altagracia30do
3 Jul 1942Albrecht Achilles San Pablo (t.)3,305pa
16 Jul 1942Albrecht Achilles Fairport6,165amAS-4
23 Oct 1942Albrecht Achilles HMS Phoebe (43) (d.)5,450br
8 Nov 1942Albrecht Achilles Benalder (d.)5,161brST-40
8 Nov 1942Albrecht Achilles West Humhaw5,527amST-40
29 Nov 1942Albrecht Achilles Tjileboet5,760nlON-145
12 Dec 1942Albrecht Achilles Ripley4,997br
19 May 1943Albrecht Achilles Angelus255ca
20 Sep 1943Albrecht Achilles St. Usk5,472br
26 Sep 1943Albrecht Achilles Itapagé4,998bz

14 ships sunk (64,542 tons) and 6 ships damaged (41,122 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 (13). ship damaged (7).

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