Convoy battles


Outward, northbound, slow (North Atlantic)

21 Feb 1942 - 25 Feb 1942

The Convoy
First sightingOn 21 Feb 1942


U-155, U-558, U-158, U-162, U-558, U-587

The battle

(we've yet to write the battle report for this convoy).

Ships hit from convoy ONS-67

Date U-boat Commander Name of ship Tons Nat.
22 Feb 1942U-155Adolf Cornelius Piening Sama1,799nw
22 Feb 1942U-155Adolf Cornelius Piening Adellen7,984br
24 Feb 1942U-558Günther Krech Anadara (d.)8,009br
24 Feb 1942U-587Ulrich Borcherdt Anadara8,009br
24 Feb 1942U-558Günther Krech Inverarder5,578br
24 Feb 1942U-558Günther Krech Eidanger9,432nw
24 Feb 1942U-162Jürgen Wattenberg White Crest4,365br
24 Feb 1942U-158Erwin Rostin Empire Celt8,032br
24 Feb 1942U-158Erwin Rostin Diloma (d.)8,146br
1 Mar 1942U-158Erwin Rostin Finnanger9,551nw

8 ships sunk (54,750 tons) and 2 ships damaged (16,155 tons).

We have a picture of this vessel.
(d.) means the ship was damaged.

Locations of ships hit from ONS-67.

sunk ship. damaged ship.

Approximate convoy routes are shown in a red line. You may have to zoom out to see all data.
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19 convoys on route ONS were hit by U-boats in the war. Read more about them.

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