WWII U-boat Successes

Ships hit by U-28

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Please note that in the table below you can find a 'Map' column. This helps to find that particular attack on the map below.

Date Commander Name of ship Tons Nat. ConvoyMap
14 Sep 1939Günter Kuhnke Vancouver City4,955brA
17 Nov 1939Günter Kuhnke Sliedrecht5,133nlB
25 Nov 1939Günter Kuhnke Royston Grange5,144brSL-8BC
 
21 Jan 1940Günter Kuhnke Protesilaus (t.) [Mine]9,577brD
9 Mar 1940Günter Kuhnke P. Margaronis4,979grE
11 Mar 1940Günter Kuhnke Eulota6,236nlF
18 Jun 1940Günter Kuhnke Sarmatia2,417fiG
19 Jun 1940Günter Kuhnke Adamandios Georgandis3,443grH
21 Jun 1940Günter Kuhnke HMS Cape Howe (X 02)4,443brI
27 Aug 1940Günter Kuhnke Eva1,599nwSC-1J
28 Aug 1940Günter Kuhnke Kyno3,946brHX-66K
9 Sep 1940Günter Kuhnke Mardinian2,434brSC-2L
11 Sep 1940Günter Kuhnke Harpenden (d.)4,678brOA-210M
11 Sep 1940Günter Kuhnke Maas1,966nlOA-210N
26 Oct 1940Günter Kuhnke Matina (d.)5,389brO
 66,339

13 ships sunk (56,272 tons) and 2 ships damaged (10,067 tons).

Legend
We have a picture of this vessel.
(d.) means the ship was damaged.
(t.) means the ship was a total loss (included in ships & tonnage lost).
[Mine] indicates the vessel was hit by a mine laid by said U-boat.

Below is a map showing the locations of the attack(s) in question:

ship sunk or total loss (12). ship damaged (3).

In some cases the exact positions of losses are not known, those are not shown.
In other cases the posititions are too close and the markers overlap, not much we can do about that.

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