WWII U-boat Successes

Ships hit by U-30

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Date Commander Name of ship Tons Nat. Convoy
3 Sep 1939Fritz-Julius Lemp Athenia13,581br
11 Sep 1939Fritz-Julius Lemp Blairlogie4,425br
14 Sep 1939Fritz-Julius Lemp Fanad Head5,200br
28 Dec 1939Fritz-Julius Lemp HMS Barbara Robertson325br
28 Dec 1939Fritz-Julius Lemp HMS Barham (04) (d.)31,100br
11 Jan 1940Fritz-Julius Lemp El Oso [Mine]7,267brHX-14B
16 Jan 1940Fritz-Julius Lemp Gracia (d.) [Mine]5,642brOB-72
17 Jan 1940Fritz-Julius Lemp Cairnross [Mine]5,494brOB-74
7 Feb 1940Fritz-Julius Lemp Munster [Mine]4,305br
9 Feb 1940Fritz-Julius Lemp Chagres [Mine]5,406br
8 Mar 1940Fritz-Julius Lemp Counsellor [Mine]5,068brHX-22
20 Jun 1940Fritz-Julius Lemp Otterpool4,876brHG-34F
22 Jun 1940Fritz-Julius Lemp Randsfjord3,999nwHX-49
28 Jun 1940Fritz-Julius Lemp Llanarth5,053br
1 Jul 1940Fritz-Julius Lemp Beignon5,218brSL-36
6 Jul 1940Fritz-Julius Lemp Angele Mabro3,154ag
21 Jul 1940Fritz-Julius Lemp Ellaroy712br
9 Aug 1940Fritz-Julius Lemp Canton5,779sw
16 Aug 1940Fritz-Julius Lemp Clan Macphee6,628brOB-197

17 ships sunk (86,490 tons) and 2 ships damaged (36,742 tons).

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(d.) means the ship was damaged.
[Mine] indicates the vessel was hit by a mine laid by said U-boat.

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ship sunk or total loss (17). ship damaged (2).

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

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