SM U 89


SM U 89 was rammed and sunk by the British cruiser HMS Roxburgh outside Malin Head 12.February 1918. During her short career U 89 sunk four ships outside Portugal and France, and damaged another one. The uboat was led by August Mildenberger and he had a crew of 42 men. All hands were lost. The wreck rest on a depth of 60 meter north of Donegal.

Former names:
SM U89

215,1 x 20,4 x 12,9 f
Tons: Built: Home Port:
757 displ ( surfaced ) Danzig ( D ) 1916  ( D )

Picture: German uboat in World War One
Courtesy of Time
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