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Actions of pirate ships
Results achieved between 1940 and 1943 by Hitler's corsair ships:
Name
Construction year
Displacement
Mission's time frame
Commander
Operations area Opera
tions area
Sunk and seized ships End of the last war mission
HSK I Ship 36 Orion
1930
7,021 tonnes
6.04.40-23.08.41
Frigate Captain
Kurt Weyher
Atlantic
Indian
Pacific
Atlantic, Indian, Pacific
10 ships
(62,915 t.)
and 2 ships
(21,125 t.)
along with
Ship 45
10 ships (62,915 tonnes) and 2 ships (21,125 tonnes) along with Ship 45
23.08.41
Return to Bordeaux
23.08.41 Return to Bordeaux
HSK II Ship 16 Atlantis
1937
7,826 tonnes
31.03.40-22.11.41
Captain
Bernhard Rogge
Atlantic
Indian
Atlantic, Indian
22 ships
(145,697 t.)
22 ships (145,697 tonnes)
22.11.41
Sunk in South Atlantic
by the British cruiser
"Devonshire"
22.11.41 Sunk in South Atlantic by the British cruiser "Devonshire"
HSK III Ship 21 Widder
1929
7,751 tonnes
31.03.40-22.11.41
Corvette Captain
Hellmuth von Rückteschell
Atlantic 10 ships
(58,644 t.)
10 ships (58,644 tonnes)
31.10.40
Return to Brest
31.10.40 Return to Brest
HSK IV Ship 10 Thor
1938
3,862 tonnes
06.06.40-30.04.41
Captain
Otto Kähler
17.01.42-10.10.42
Captain
Günther Gumprich



Atlantic


Atlantic
Indian
Atlantic (06.06.40-30.04.41)
Atlantic, Indian (17.01.42-10.10.42)



12 ships
(96,602 t.)

10 ships
(56,037 t.)
12 ships (96,602 tonnes) (06.06.40-30.04.41)
10 ships (56,037 tonnes) (17.01.42-10.10.42)
30.04.41
Return to Hamburg
30.11.42
Sunk in Yokohama
by fire/explosion
30.04.41 Return to Hamburg
30.11.42 Sunk in Yokohama by fire/explosion
HSK V Ship 33 Pinguin
1936
7,766 tonnes
15.06.40-08.05.41
Captain
Ernst-Felix Krüder
Atlantic
Indian
Antarctic
Atlantic, Indian, Antarctic
32 ships
(154,619 t.)
32 ships (154,619 tonnes)
08.05.41
Sunk near Seychelles
by the British cruiser
"Cornwall"
08.05.41 Sunk near Seychelles by the British cruiser "Cornwall"
HSK VI Ship 23 Stier
1936
4,778 tonnes
20.05.42-27.09.42
Frigate Captain
Horst Gerlach
Atlantic 4 ships
(29,409 t.)
4 ships (29,409 tonnes)
27.09.42
Sunk in South Atlantic
after fighting against
the US merchant ship
"Stephen Hopkins"
27.09.42 Sunk in South Atlantic after fighting against the US merchant ship "Stephen Hopkins"
HSK VII Ship 45 Komet
1937
3,287 tonnes
03.07.40-30.11.41
Captain
Robert Eyssen
07.10.42-14.10.42
Captain
Ulrich Brocksien
Pacific
Indian
Atlantic
Pacific, Indian, Atlantic
6 ships
(31,005 t.)
and 2 ships
(21,125 t.)
along with
Ship 36
6 ships (31,005 tonnes) and 2 ships (21,125 tonnes) along with Ship 36
30.11.41
Return to Hamburg
14.10.42
Sunk near Cape Hague
by the British PT-Boat
"MTB 236"
30.11.41 Return to Hamburg
14.10.42 Sunk near Cape Hague by the British PT-Boat "MTB 236"
HSK VIII Ship 41 Kormoran
1938
8,736 tonnes
03.12.40-19.11.41
Frigate Captain
Theodor Detmers
Atlantic
Indian
Atlantic, Indian
11 ships
(68,274 t.)
and the cruiser
"Sydney"
11 ships (68,274 tonnes) and the cruiser "Sydney"
19.11.41
Sunk west of Shark Bay
(Australia)
after fighting against
the Australian cruiser
"Sydney"
19.11.41 Sunk west of Shark Bay (Australia) after fighting against the Australian cruiser "Sydney"
HSK IX Ship 28 Michel
1939
4,470 tonnes
20.03.42-02.03.43
Corvette Captain
Hellmuth von Rückteschell
04.06.43-17.10.43
Captain
Günther Gumprich



Atlantic
Indian

Indian
Pacific
Atlantic, Indian (20.03.42-02.03.43)
Indian, Pacific (04.06.43-17.10.43)



14 ships
(94,362 t.)

3 ships
(27,632 t.)
14 ships (94,362 tonnes) (20.03.42-02.03.43)
3 ships (27,632 tonnes) (04.06.43-17.10.43)
02.03.43
Anchored in Kobe, Japan
17.10.43
Sunk east of Yokohama
by the US submarine
"Tarpon"
02.03.43 Anchored in Kobe, Japan
17.10.43 Sunk east of Yokohama by the US submarine "Tarpon"

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