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29th June 1917On this day:
- U-Boat Index - WW1 KUK U-32 Austrian Submarine.
Launched 11th May 1917
Commissioned 29th June 1917
29 Jun 1917 - 24 Apr 1918 Gaston Vio
24 Apr 1918 - 31 Oct 1918 Otto Kasseroller
No flotilla information available
Successes 4 ships sunk with a total of 3,728 tons.
1 ship damaged with a total of 3,060 tons.
- 15 Jul 1917 k.u.k. U32 Gaston Vio Incemore (damaged) 3,060 br
- 13 May 1918 k.u.k. U32 Otto Kasseroller Julia 48 gr
- 20 May 1918 k.u.k. U32 Otto Kasseroller Agios Dionysios 58 gr
- 20 May 1918 k.u.k. U32 Otto Kasseroller Angeliki 30 gr
- 21 May 1918 k.u.k. U32 Otto Kasseroller Chatham 3,592 br
Fate Scrapped in 1920.
- 29th June 1917 Routine and Pioneers inspection
- 29th Jun 1917 Daylight Trench Raid
- TRENCHES GAVRELLE SECTOR
Quiet except for heavy bombardment at 5.30pm whizz bangs mostly on our front, heavies on our left.
- 29th Jun 1917 Demonstration
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