WWII U-boat Successes

Ships hit by U-126

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Please note that in the table below you can find a 'Map' column. This helps to find that particular attack on the map below.

Date Commander Name of ship Tons Nat. ConvoyMap
20 Jul 1941Ernst Bauer Canadian Star (d.)8,293brA
27 Jul 1941Ernst Bauer Erato1,335brOG-69B
27 Jul 1941Ernst Bauer Inga I1,304nwOG-69C
4 Aug 1941Ernst Bauer Robert Max172brD
14 Aug 1941Ernst Bauer Sud2,589yuHG-70E
10 Oct 1941Ernst Bauer HMS LCT-102 [Trans.]450brOS-7F
10 Oct 1941Ernst Bauer Nailsea Manor4,926brOS-7G
19 Oct 1941Ernst Bauer Lehigh4,983amH
20 Oct 1941Ernst Bauer British Mariner (t.)6,996brI
13 Nov 1941Ernst Bauer Peru6,961brJ
 
2 Mar 1942Ernst Bauer Gunny2,362nwK
5 Mar 1942Ernst Bauer Mariana3,110amL
7 Mar 1942Ernst Bauer Barbara4,637amM
7 Mar 1942Ernst Bauer Cardonia5,104amN
8 Mar 1942Ernst Bauer Esso Bolivar (d.)10,389paO
9 Mar 1942Ernst Bauer Hanseat8,241paP
12 Mar 1942Ernst Bauer Texan7,005amQ
12 Mar 1942Ernst Bauer Olga2,496amR
13 Mar 1942Ernst Bauer Colabee (d.)5,518amS
3 Jun 1942Ernst Bauer H√łegh Giant10,990nwT
15 Jun 1942Ernst Bauer Dutch Princess125brU
16 Jun 1942Ernst Bauer Arkansan6,997amV
16 Jun 1942Ernst Bauer Kahuku6,062amW
27 Jun 1942Ernst Bauer Leiv Eiriksson9,952nwX
29 Jun 1942Ernst Bauer Mona Marie126caY
1 Jul 1942Ernst Bauer Warrior7,551amZ
3 Jul 1942Ernst Bauer Gulfbelle (d.)7,104am
1 Nov 1942Ernst Bauer George Thatcher7,176am
4 Nov 1942Ernst Bauer Oued Grou792br
5 Nov 1942Ernst Bauer New Toronto6,568br
 
30 May 1943Siegfried Kietz Flora MacDonald (t.)7,177amTS-41
2 Jun 1943Siegfried Kietz Standella (d.)6,197brTS-42
 163,688

27 ships sunk (126,187 tons) and 5 ships damaged (37,501 tons).

Legend
We have a picture of this vessel.
(d.) means the ship was damaged.
(t.) means the ship was a total loss (included in ships & tonnage lost).
[Trans.] indicates the vessel was lost while being transported on another vessel.

Note on map. U-126 sank or damaged 32 Allied ships. Our map markers only have 26 labels (A-Z) at this time. This is why some of the markers have no label but otherwise work just fine. The markers are sorted by date, the first 26 successes have labels. This only affects about 20 of the most successful U-boats.

In some cases the exact positions of losses are not known, those are not shown.
In other cases the posititions are too close and the markers overlap, not much we can do about that.

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