Italian submarines in World War Two

CB 19
CB 19

ClassCB (42) 
Laid down Caproni-Taliedo, Milan
End service
Loss date
Loss position
History Captured by the German when still under construction. Transferred to the Italian Socialist Republic on completion in late 1943. Scrapped in 1947


CommanderDate fromDate toCommand notes
G.M. Danilo ColucciJan 1945May 1945

Ships hit

No ships hit by this submarine.

Patrols and events

 CommanderDateTimePortArr. dateArr. timeArr. portMilesDescription
8 Sep 1943Trieste8 Sep 1943TriesteSeized by the Germans at Trieste.

Colucci, Danilo29 Jan 19451800Pola29 Jan 1945Date?PolaSailed for Trieste, but was damaged in a collision with the German F-lighter F-1043 and turned back. The German lighter was only slightly damaged.
  29 Jan 1945
(0) Off Brioni.
During the day, C.B.19 collided with the German F-lighter F-1043 while on passage from Pola to Trieste. The midget was damaged and had to turn back. Repairs were expected to last one month.

Colucci, Danilo29 Mar 1945Val di Figo (Pola)31 Mar 1945Val di Figo (Pola)Reported at sea on 29th March. A C.B. boat was considered to be sent to Leros. Also reported at Val di Figo on 31st March with her engines dismantled for repairs.

Colucci, Danilo3 May 1945Val di Figo (Pola)4 May 1945VenicePassage Pola-Venice where she was found at the end of the war. Taken over by the Yugoslav Navy.

4 entries. 4 total patrol entries (0 marked as war patrols) and 1 events.

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