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SM U-19



1st September 1914 U-Boat Index - WW1  SM U-19

Type U 19 Shipyard Kaiserliche Werft, Danzig (Werk 13) Ordered 25 Nov 1910 Laid down 20 Oct 1911 Launched 10 Oct 1912 Commissioned 6 Jul 1913.
Commanders.

  • 1 Aug 1914 - 15 Mar 1916 Constantin Kolbe
  • 16 Mar 1916 - 10 Aug 1916 Raimund Weisbach
  • 11 Aug 1916 - 4 Jul 1917 Oblt. Johannes Spieß
  • 5 Jul 1917 - 15 Oct 1917 Heinrich(i.V.) Koch
  • 25 Oct 1917 - 16 Nov 1917 Oblt. Hans Albrecht Liebeskind
  • 17 Nov 1917 - 31 May 1918 Johannes Spieß
  • 1 Jun 1918 - 11 Nov 1918 Oblt. Hans Albrecht Liebeskind
Career 12 patrols 1 Aug 1914 - 19 Sep 1916 III Flotilla.
19 Sep 1916 - 1 May 1917 Baltic Flotilla.
1 May 1917 - 11 Nov 1918 III Flotilla

Successes 57 ships sunk with a total of 97,893 tons.
3 ships damaged with a total of 4,224 tons.
1 ship taken as prize with a total of 733 tons.
1 ship sunk with a total of 1,261 tons.

  • 21 Jan 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Durward 1,301 br
  • 2 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Salvador 165 da
  • 3 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Chrysoprasus 119 br
  • 3 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Dogberry 214 br
  • 3 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Ena May 90 br
  • 3 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Iona 3,344 br
  • 3 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Kathleen 92 br
  • 3 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Strathbran 163 br
  • 4 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Cortes 174 br
  • 4 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Dunnet Head 343 br
  • 4 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Ebenezer 113 br
  • 4 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Evening Star 120 br
  • 4 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Explorer 156 br
  • 4 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Petrel 182 br
  • 5 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Adolf 169 ru
  • 5 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Bardolph 215 br
  • 5 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Curlew 134 br
  • 5 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Gazehound 138 br
  • 5 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Japonica 145 br
  • 5 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Persimon 255 br
  • 6 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Arctic 169 br
  • 6 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Dromio 208 br
  • 9 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Svein Jarl 1,135 nw
  • 11 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Otago 1,410 sw
  • 11 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Plymouth 165 br
  • 11 Jun 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Waago 154 br
  • 16 Jul 1915 U 19 Constantin Kolbe Cameo (d.) 172 br
  • 21 Apr 1916 U 19 Raimund Weisbach Feliciana 4,283 br
  • 22 Apr 1916 U 19 Raimund Weisbach Jozsef Agost Foherzeg 2,680 it
  • 22 Apr 1916 U 19 Raimund Weisbach Ross 2,666 br
  • 23 Apr 1916 U 19 Raimund Weisbach Parisiana 4,763 br
  • 23 Apr 1916 U 19 Raimund Weisbach Ribston 3,048 br
  • 25 Apr 1916 U 19 Raimund Weisbach Carmanian 1,840 nw
  • 12 Sep 1916 U 19 Johannes Spieß Elizabeth 4,444 ru
  • 12 Sep 1916 U 19 Johannes Spieß Ije (n-18) 1,261 ru
  • 22 Sep 1916 U 19 Johannes Spieß Kennett 1,679 br
  • 12 May 1917 U 19 Johannes Spieß Wirral 4,207 br
  • 17 May 1917 U 19 Johannes Spieß Vesterland 3,832 sw
  • 20 May 1917 U 19 Johannes Spieß Arnfinn Jarl 1,097 nw
  • 26 May 1917 U 19 Johannes Spieß Norway 1,447 nw
  • 27 May 1917 U 19 Johannes Spieß Debora 159 da
  • 20 Jun 1917 U 19 Johannes Spieß Fido 1,459 nw
  • 21 Jun 1917 U 19 Johannes Spieß Black Head 1,898 br
  • 21 Jun 1917 U 19 Johannes Spieß Laatefos 1,458 nw
  • 22 Jun 1917 U 19 Johannes Spieß Bolette 1,431 nw
  • 31 Aug 1917 U 19 Johannes Spieß Miniota 6,422 br
  • 1 Sep 1917 U 19 Johannes Spieß Akaroa 1,348 nw
  • 12 Sep 1917 U 19 Johannes Spieß Agricola 65 br
  • 28 Dec 1917 U 19 Johannes Spieß Maxton 5,094 br
  • 28 Dec 1917 U 19 Johannes Spieß Santa Amalia 4,309 br
  • 2 Jan 1918 U 19 Johannes Spieß Nadejda 3,849 ru
  • 25 Feb 1918 U 19 Johannes Spieß Santa Maria 5,383 am
  • 25 Feb 1918 U 19 Johannes Spieß Appalachee (d.) 3,767 br
  • 26 Feb 1918 U 19 Johannes Spieß Tiberia 4,880 br
  • 1 Mar 1918 U 19 Johannes Spieß Calgarian 12,515 br
  • 1 Mar 1918 U 19 Johannes Spieß Thomas Collard 215 br
  • 1 Mar 1918 U 19 Johannes Spieß Lord Lister (d.) 285 br
  • 6 Apr 1918 U 19 Johannes Spieß Sterne 108 nl
  • 21 Apr 1918 U 19 Johannes Spieß Delta A 241 be
  • 23 Apr 1918 U 19 Johannes Spieß Peregrine 79 br
  • 23 Apr 1918 U 19 Johannes Spieß Tyne Wave 121 br
  • 25 Apr 1918 U 19 Johannes Spieß Hollandia I (p.) 733 nl

    Fate 24 Nov 1918 - Surrendered. Broken up at Blyth in 1919-20.

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