|Shipyard||A.G. Weser, Bremen (Werk 292)|
|Ordered||28 Feb 1917|
|Laid down||10 Apr 1917|
|Launched||22 Dec 1917|
|Commissioned||9 Feb 1918|
|Fate||5 May 1918 - Rammed by the steamer Green Island between Rathlin Island and the Irish Coast (55.16N, 06.24W). 34 dead (all hands lost).|
Recent research by Robert Grant has provided a solution for the mysterious loss of this boat. In any case, UB 119 did not sink or damage a vessel off Dublin on May 25, 1918 has some sources indicate.