Heinrich von Hennig
Kapitänleutnant (Crew 4/02)
|Born:||10 May 1883 ||Dembrowalonka, West Prussia |
|Died:||29 Nov 1947 ||Kiel |
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|1 Apr 1902|| ||Seekadett|
|11 Apr 1903|| ||Fähnrich zur See|
|29 Sep 1905|| ||Leutnant zur See|
|7 Dec 1907|| ||Oberleutnant zur See|
|22 Mar 1913|| ||Kapitänleutnant|
|1 Jan 1921|| ||Korvettenkapitän|
|1 Jan 1928|| ||Fregattenkapitän|
|1 Jan 1929|| ||Kapitän zur See|
|U 18||1 Aug 1914|| - ||23 Nov 1914|
Heinrich von Hennig became a POW on 23 Now 1914 when his U 18 was sunk near Scapa Flow. Hennig had hust made the incredible discovery that the main Royal Navy anchorage at Scapa Flow was very poorly protected and was enroute (he had no radio) to base with this vital information when he was sunk. The loss of his boat made the German Navy assume the base was heavily defended.
Ships hit by Heinrich von Hennig
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