No ships sunk or damaged.
|Born ||28 Jul 1910|| ||Böhlitz-Ehrenburg, Leipzig|
|Died ||30 Nov 1987||(77)|
|1 Apr 1945|| ||Kapitänleutnant|
|U-1205 ||2 Mar 1944 ||3 May 1945 || No war patrols |
Hermann Zander joined the Kriegsmarine in 1929. He served as a torpedo officer on the light cruiser Nürnberg from Nov 1941 to May 1943. He then went through U-boat training until Oct 1943, followed by U-boat Commander training with the 3. ULD (U-Boots-Lehr-Division, training section), then the 23rd and 24th Flotillas until Jan 1944 (Busch & Röll, 1999).
Oblt. Zander attended U-boat construction familiarization (Baubelehrung) at Danzig Jan - March 1944 to prepare him for his own command of a new U-boat. On 2 March 1944 he commissioned the Type VIIC U-1205 (Busch & Röll, 1999).
U-1205 never saw active service, and Kptlt. Zander scuttled her during Operation Regenbogen at Kiel on 3 May 1945 (Niestlé, 1998).
Busch, R. and Röll, H-J. (1999). German U-boat commanders of World War II.
Niestlé, A. (1998). German U-boat losses during World War II.
Ships hit by Hermann Zander