WWII U-boat Successes

Ships hit by U-154

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Date Commander Name of ship Tons Nat. Convoy
4 Apr 1942Walther Kölle Comol Rico5,034am
5 Apr 1942Walther Kölle Catahoula5,030am
12 Apr 1942Walther Kölle Delvalle5,032am
13 Apr 1942Walther Kölle Empire Amethyst8,032br
20 Apr 1942Walther Kölle Vineland5,587ca
28 Jun 1942Walther Kölle Tillie Lykes2,572am
6 Jul 1942Walther Kölle Lalita65pa
8 Nov 1942Heinrich Schuch D´Entrecasteaux7,291br
9 Nov 1942Heinrich Schuch Nurmahal5,419br
18 Nov 1942Heinrich Schuch Tower Grange5,226br
28 May 1943Oskar-Heinz Kusch Cardinal Gibbons (d.)7,191amBT-14
28 May 1943Oskar-Heinz Kusch Florida (d.)8,580amBT-14
28 May 1943Oskar-Heinz Kusch John Worthington (t.)8,166amBT-14

11 ships sunk (57,454 tons) and 2 ships damaged (15,771 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 (10). ship damaged (3).

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