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U-Boat Monthly Report - Jan 1943

U-Boat Monthly Report - Jan 1943

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Published by: CAP History Library on Oct 11, 2010
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ANALYSIS
OF
SUBMARINE
WARFARE
CHART
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A.
ALLIED
SHIPPING LOSSES:
Sinkings
of
Allied
and
neutral
merchant vessels
by
enemy
submarineshave continued
to
decline,and
in
January
amounted
to
thirty-threeships,totaling only
200,669
tons.
.The
Januarylosses,reportedthusfar,were
the
lowestfor
any
month
in
more than
a
year
and
were
wellbelow
the
average
monthly
loss
since the
beginning
of
the
war.Chart
I
shows
the
record
of
monthly
tonnagelossesas
a
result
of
submarineaction
since
September,1939,
as
well
asthe
tonnageloss
of
tankersand
cargo-passenger
vessels.Thecurvesshown
on
the
chart
are
based
on
British
figuresprior
to
September,
1942;
and
American
figuresthereafter.The
American
figures
include
shipsthat
may
have
been
used
fortransportingtroops,
regardless
of
whether
the
shipswere classified
as
commissionedauxiliaries.Theloss
of ships
fromenemyaction
of
alltypes,including
mines,
airandsurface'craft,
as
well
as
submarines,
is
shown
inthe
following
table for
the
months
of
January,
1943 andDecember, 1942.The
December
figures havebeenrevised
upwardsfrom
the
totalsshown,
inthe
summarylast
month
as
more
completerecords
of
sinkingsduring
the
month
becameavailable.
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ith
thesead
s
ments,however,
the
December
losseswere
not
great.
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