Italian submarines in World War Two
|Class||S (Type VII C) (28)|
|Laid down||14 Sep 1942||Danziger Werft AG, Danzig, Germany|
|Launched||30 Mar 1943|
|Commissioned||14 Jul 1943|
|End service||10 Sep 1943|
|History||Taken over by the Germans on 10th September 1943 after Italian armistice. Commissioned as U-429 on 27th October 1943. Sunk at Wilhelmshaven on 30th March 1945 during an US air raid.|
|Commander||Date from||Date to||Command notes|
Ships hitNo ships hit by this submarine.
Patrols and events
|Commander||Date||Time||Port||Arr. date||Arr. time||Arr. port||Miles||Description|
|Amendolia, Angelo||17 Jul 1943||Danzig||17 Jul 1943||Danzig||Started trials.|
|Amendolia, Angelo||3 Aug 1943||Danzig||3 Aug 1943||Danzig||Completed trials.|
|Amendolia, Angelo||11 Aug 1943||Danzig||11 Aug 1943||Danzig||Exercises.|
|11 Aug 1943|
(0) Off Danzig.
|At 1239 hours, S.4 collided with S.1 while exercising. Both submarines were slightly damaged. C.C. Fraternale (CO of S.1) was blamed for the incident.|
|Amendolia, Angelo||9 Sep 1943||Danzig||9 Sep 1943||Danzig||Seized by the Germans at the armistice. No patrols carried out.|
4 entries. 4 total patrol entries (0 marked as war patrols) and 1 events.