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SM U-35



   SM U-35 was a Type U 31 u-boat built by Shipyard Germaniawerft, Kiel (Werk 195). Ordered 29 Mar 1912, the hull was laid down 20 Dec 1912 , launched 18 Apr 1914 and Commissioned 3 Nov 1914.
Her Commanders were, from 3 Nov 1914 to 12 Nov 1915 Waldemar Kophamel. From 13 Nov 1915 to 16 Mar 1918 Lothar von Arnauld de la Perière. From 17 Mar 1918 to 13 Aug 1918 Ernst von Voigt and from 14 Oct 1918 until 11 Nov 1918 Heino von Heimburg.

U-35b had a career of 17 patrols, sailing until 1st of Aug 1915 with II Flotilla then from 23 Aug 1915 with Pola Flotilla until the end of the war She claimed 223 ships sunk with a total of 535,700 tons. 9 ships damaged with a total of 36,439 tons. 3 ships sunk with a total of 2,798 tons and 1 warship damaged with a total of 450 tons.

  • 9 Mar 1915 Blackwood 1,230 br
  • 9 Mar 1915 Gris Nez 208 fr
  • 15 Mar 1915 Hyndford (damaged) 4,286 br
  • 30 Apr 1915 Laila 748 nw
  • 2 Jun 1915 Cubano 4,352 nw
  • 4 Jun 1915 George & Mary 100 br
  • 6 Jun 1915 Sunlight 1,433 br
  • 7 Jun 1915 Trudvang 1,041 nw
  • 8 Jun 1915 Express 115 br
  • 8 Jun 1915 La Liberte 302 fr
  • 8 Jun 1915 Strathcarron 4,347 br
  • 8 Jun 1915 Susannah 115 br
  • 10 Jun 1915 Thomasina 1,869 ru
  • 12 Jun 1915 Bellglade 664 nw
  • 12 Jun 1915 Crown Of India 2,034 br
  • 13 Jun 1915 Diamant 324 fr
  • 13 Jun 1915 Hopemount 3,300 br
  • 13 Jun 1915 Pelham 3,534 br
  • 10 Aug 1915 Baltzer (damaged) 343 ru
  • 10 Aug 1915 Francois 2,212 fr
  • 10 Aug 1915 Morna 1,512 nw
  • 17 Sep 1915 Ravitailleur 2,815 fr
  • 19 Sep 1915 Ramazan 3,477 br
  • 20 Sep 1915 Linkmoor 4,306 br
  • 18 Oct 1915 Scilla 1,220 it
  • 23 Oct 1915 Marquette 7,057 br
  • 3 Nov 1915 Woolwich 2,936 br
  • 5 Nov 1915 Tara 1,862 br
  • 5 Nov 1915 Abbas 298 ag
  • 5 Nov 1915 Nour-el-bahr (damaged) 450 ag
  • 6 Nov 1915 Caria 3,032 br
  • 6 Nov 1915 Clan Macalister 4,835 br
  • 6 Nov 1915 Lumina 6,218 br
  • 7 Nov 1915 Moorina 4,994 br
  • 8 Nov 1915 Den Of Crombie 4,949 br
  • 8 Nov 1915 Sir Richard Awdry 2,234 br
  • 8 Nov 1915 Wacousta 3,521 nw
  • 9 Nov 1915 Californian 6,223 br
  • 17 Jan 1916 Sutherland 3,542 br
  • 18 Jan 1916 Marere 6,443 br
  • 20 Jan 1916 Trematon 4,198 br
  • 26 Feb 1916 La Provence 13,753 fr
  • 27 Feb 1916 Giava 2,755 it
  • 28 Feb 1916 Masunda 4,952 br
  • 29 Feb 1916 Primula 1,250 br
  • 23 Mar 1916 Minneapolis 13,543 br
  • 13 Jun 1916 Maria C. 77 it
  • 13 Jun 1916 Motia 500 it
  • 13 Jun 1916 San Francesco di Paola 43 it
  • 14 Jun 1916 Antonia V 132 it
  • 14 Jun 1916 Giosue 20 it
  • 14 Jun 1916 San Francesco 28 it
  • 14 Jun 1916 Tavolara 701 it
  • 15 Jun 1916 Adelia 170 it
  • 15 Jun 1916 Anette 112 it
  • 15 Jun 1916 Audace 144 it
  • 15 Jun 1916 S. Maria 515 it
  • 15 Jun 1916 Sardinia 1,119 br
  • 16 Jun 1916 Dolmetta M 48 it
  • 16 Jun 1916 Era 1,078 it
  • 16 Jun 1916 Eufrasia 71 it
  • 16 Jun 1916 Gafsa 3,922 br
  • 16 Jun 1916 Rondine 112 it
  • 17 Jun 1916 Poviga 3,360 it
  • 18 Jun 1916 Aquila 2,191 nw
  • 18 Jun 1916 Beachy 4,718 br
  • 18 Jun 1916 Olga 2,964 fr
  • 18 Jun 1916 Rona 1,312 br
  • 19 Jun 1916 France Et Russie 329 fr
  • 19 Jun 1916 Mario C. 398 it
  • 23 Jun 1916 Giuseppina 1,872 it
  • 23 Jun 1916 Herault 2,299 fr
  • 24 Jun 1916 Canford Chine 2,398 br
  • 24 Jun 1916 Checchina 184 fr
  • 24 Jun 1916 Daiyetsu Maru 3,184 jp
  • 24 Jun 1916 San Francesco 1,060 it
  • 24 Jun 1916 Saturnina Fanny 1,568 it
  • 25 Jun 1916 Clara 5,503 it
  • 25 Jun 1916 Fournel 2,047 fr
  • 27 Jun 1916 Mongibello 4,059 it
  • 27 Jun 1916 Pino 1,677 it
  • 27 Jun 1916 Roma 2,491 it
  • 27 Jun 1916 Windermere 2,292 br
  • 29 Jun 1916 Carlo Alberto 312 it
  • 29 Jun 1916 Giuseppina 214 it
  • 29 Jun 1916 Teano 1,907 br
  • 28 Jul 1916 Dandolo 4,977 it
  • 30 Jul 1916 Britannic 3,487 br
  • 30 Jul 1916 Ethelbryhta 3,084 br
  • 30 Jul 1916 Giuseppe Marta 111 tu
  • 30 Jul 1916 Katholm 1,324 da
  • 31 Jul 1916 Citta Di Messina 2,464 it
  • 31 Jul 1916 Einar 135 nw
  • 31 Jul 1916 Emilio G. 166 it
  • 31 Jul 1916 Erling 122 nw
  • 31 Jul 1916 Generale Ameglio 222 it
  • 1 Aug 1916 Heighington 2,800 br
  • 2 Aug 1916 Eugenia 550 it
  • 2 Aug 1916 Neptune 151 fr
  • 3 Aug 1916 Tricoupis 2,387 gr
  • 4 Aug 1916 Favonian 3,049 br
  • 4 Aug 1916 Siena 4,372 it
  • 4 Aug 1916 Teti 2,868 it
  • 4 Aug 1916 Tottenham 3,106 br
  • 5 Aug 1916 Achilleus 843 gr
  • 5 Aug 1916 Mount Coniston 3,018 br
  • 7 Aug 1916 Newburn 3,554 br
  • 7 Aug 1916 Trident 3,129 br
  • 8 Aug 1916 Imperial 3,818 br
  • 8 Aug 1916 Speme 1,229 it
  • 9 Aug 1916 Antiope 2,973 br
  • 9 Aug 1916 Ganekogorta Mendi 3,061 sp
  • 9 Aug 1916 Sebastiano 3,995 it
  • 10 Aug 1916 Temmei Maru 3,360 jp
  • 11 Aug 1916 Pagasarri 3,287 sp
  • 12 Aug 1916 Gina 443 it
  • 12 Aug 1916 Nereus 3,980 it
  • 12 Aug 1916 Regina Pacis 2,228 it
  • 12 Aug 1916 Saint Gaetan 125 fr
  • 13 Aug 1916 Balmoral 2,542 it
  • 13 Aug 1916 Eurasia 1,898 it
  • 13 Aug 1916 Francesco Saverio D 214 it
  • 13 Aug 1916 Ivar 2,139 da
  • 14 Aug 1916 Emilia 319 it
  • 14 Aug 1916 Francesca 161 it
  • 14 Aug 1916 Henriette B. 176 it
  • 14 Aug 1916 Ida 242 it
  • 14 Aug 1916 Lavinia 243 it
  • 14 Aug 1916 Louis B. 212 it
  • 14 Aug 1916 Pausania 107 it
  • 14 Aug 1916 Rosario 188 it
  • 14 Aug 1916 San Francesco di Paolo 112 it
  • 14 Aug 1916 San Giovanni Battista 1,066 it
  • 14 Aug 1916 San Giuseppe Patriarca 62 it
  • 15 Aug 1916 Augusta 523 it
  • 15 Aug 1916 Candida Altieri 282 it
  • 15 Aug 1916 Vergine Di Pompei 146 it
  • 16 Aug 1916 Madre 665 it
  • 17 Aug 1916 Swedish Prince 3,712 br
  • 18 Aug 1916 Erix 923 it
  • 19 Sep 1916 Doride 1,250 it
  • 19 Sep 1916 Teresa C. 270 it
  • 22 Sep 1916 Garibaldi 1,374 it
  • 22 Sep 1916 Giovanni Zambelli 2,485 it
  • 23 Sep 1916 Charterhouse 3,021 br
  • 24 Sep 1916 Bronwen 4,250 br
  • 24 Sep 1916 Bufjord 2,284 nw
  • 24 Sep 1916 Nicolo 5,466 it
  • 25 Sep 1916 Benpark 3,842 it
  • 26 Sep 1916 Newby 2,168 br
  • 26 Sep 1916 Roddam 3,218 br
  • 26 Sep 1916 Stathe 2,623 br
  • 27 Sep 1916 Rallus 1,752 br
  • 27 Sep 1916 Secondo 3,912 br
  • 27 Sep 1916 Vindeggen 2,610 nw
  • 29 Sep 1916 Venus 3,976 it
  • 2 Oct 1916 Rigel 1,250 fr
  • 3 Oct 1916 Samos 1,186 gr
  • 4 Oct 1916 Birk 715 nw
  • 4 Oct 1916 Gallia 14,966 fr
  • 5 Oct 1916 Aurora 2,806 it
  • 5 Oct 1916 Vera 2,308 sw
  • 5 Jan 1917 Lesbian 2,555 br
  • 5 Jan 1917 Salvatore Padre 200 it
  • 6 Jan 1917 Hudworth 3,966 br
  • 7 Jan 1917 Mohacsfield 3,678 br
  • 8 Jan 1917 Andoni 3,188 br
  • 8 Jan 1917 Lynfield 3,023 br
  • 11 Feb 1917 Assunta 132 it
  • 12 Feb 1917 Lyman M. Law 1,300 am
  • 13 Feb 1917 Percy Roy 110 br
  • 14 Feb 1917 Mery 178 ru
  • 14 Feb 1917 Oceania 4,217 it
  • 15 Feb 1917 Buranda (damaged) 3,651 br
  • 16 Feb 1917 Oriana 3,132 it
  • 16 Feb 1917 Prudenza 3,307 it
  • 17 Feb 1917 Pier Accavan Ubert 112 it
  • 18 Feb 1917 Giuseppe 1,856 it
  • 18 Feb 1917 Guido T 324 it
  • 18 Feb 1917 Skogland 3,264 sw
  • 23 Feb 1917 Longhirst 3,053 br
  • 23 Feb 1917 Mont Viso (damaged) 4,820 fr
  • 24 Feb 1917 Dorothy 3,806 br
  • 24 Feb 1917 Prikonisos 3,537 gr
  • 3 Apr 1917 Ardgask 4,542 br
  • 4 Apr 1917 Marguerite 1,553 am
  • 4 Apr 1917 Parkgate 3,232 br
  • 7 Apr 1917 Maplewood 3,239 br
  • 11 Apr 1917 Miss Morris 156 br
  • 12 Apr 1917 India 2,933 gr
  • 13 Apr 1917 Giuseppe Accame 3,224 it
  • 13 Apr 1917 Odysseus 3,463 gr
  • 13 Apr 1917 Stromboli 5,466 it
  • 14 Apr 1917 Patagonier 3,832 br
  • 15 Apr 1917 Panaghi Drakatos 2,734 gr
  • 17 Apr 1917 Brisbane River 4,989 br
  • 17 Apr 1917 Corfu 3,695 br
  • 17 Apr 1917 Fernmoor 3,098 br
  • 18 Apr 1917 Trekieve 3,087 br
  • 19 Apr 1917 Sowwell 3,781 br
  • 20 Apr 1917 Leasowe Castle (damaged) 9,737 br
  • 20 Apr 1917 Lowdale 2,260 br
  • 20 Apr 1917 Nentmoor 3,535 br
  • 23 Apr 1917 Bandiera E Moro 2,086 it
  • 24 Apr 1917 Bien Aime Prof. Luigi 265 it
  • 24 Apr 1917 Nordsøen 1,055 da
  • 24 Apr 1917 Torvore 1,667 nw
  • 24 Apr 1917 Vilhelm Krag 3,715 nw
  • 27 Apr 1917 Triana (damaged) 748 sp
  • 13 Oct 1917 Alavi 3,627 br
  • 13 Oct 1917 Despina G. Michalinos 2,851 gr
  • 13 Oct 1917 Doris 3,979 it
  • 13 Oct 1917 Lilla 2,819 it
  • 15 Oct 1917 City Of Belfast (damaged) 1,055 br
  • 18 Oct 1917 Lorenzo 2,498 it
  • 19 Oct 1917 Ikoma Maru 3,048 jp
  • 25 Oct 1917 Fannie Prescott 404 am
  • 29 Oct 1917 Namur 6,694 br
  • 31 Oct 1917 Cambric 3,403 br
  • 2 Nov 1917 Maria di Porto Salvo 91 it
  • 2 Nov 1917 San Francesco di Paola G. 91 it
  • 11 Dec 1917 Persier 3,874 br
  • 20 Dec 1917 Fiscus 4,782 br
  • 20 Dec 1917 Waverley 3,853 br
  • 23 Dec 1917 Pietro 3,860 it
  • 24 Dec 1917 Turnbridge 2,874 br
  • 25 Dec 1917 Argo 3,071 br
  • 25 Dec 1917 Cliftondale 3,811 br
  • 25 Dec 1917 Nordpol 2,053 nw
  • 23 Feb 1918 Humberto 274 pt
  • 26 Feb 1918 Pytheas 2,690 nw
  • 27 Feb 1918 Kerman (damaged) 4,397 br
  • 27 Feb 1918 Marconi (damaged) 7,402 br
  • 6 Mar 1918 Daiten Maru 4,555 jp
  • 7 Mar 1918 Begona No.4 1,850 sp
  • 9 Mar 1918 Silverdale 3,835 br

On the 26th of November 1918 U35 surrendered. she was broken up at Blyth in 1919-20.

There was another U 35 in World War Two, launched from its shipyard on 24 Sep 1936 and commissioned into the Kriegsmarine on 3 Nov 1936.

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