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19th June 1918On this day:
- U-Boat Index - WW1 SM U-114
Type U 93
Shipyard Germaniawerft, Kiel (Werk 283)
Ordered 5 May 1916
Launched 27 Nov 1917
Commissioned 19 Jun 1918
19 Jun 1918 - 11 Nov 1918 Martin Wahn
Career 1 patrols.
start date unknown - 11 Nov 1918 IV Flotilla
Successes No successes.
Fate 26 Nov 1918 - Surrendered to Italy. Broken up at La Spezia in May 1919.
- 19th Jun 1918 Royal Visit
- BOIS DES HUITS RUES
Baths & Coy training. Received orders to relieve 2nd HANTS REGT 88th Brigade 29th Division in reserve on SEC BOIS SECTOR. Two Coy’s working as for yesterday. Reconnaissance by Coy Commanders.
- 19th Jun 1918 Reliefs Completed
- 19th Jun 1918 Training
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