Wolf pack Lohs
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Lohs was a "wolfpack" of German U-boats that operated from August 1 to September 22, 1942 in World War II. This pack patrolled both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, praying on merchant vessels coming to Europe from the Americas.
Lohs was responsible for the sinking of eight ships in the Atlantic Ocean.
|15 August 1942||U-705||Balladier||United States||3,279||Sunk|
|16 August 1942||U-596||Suecia||Sweden||4,966||Sunk|
|25 August 1942||U-176||Empire Breeze||United Kingdom||7,457||Sunk|
|25 August 1942||U-605||Katvaldis||United Kingdom||3,163||Sunk|
|25 August 1942||U-605||Sheaf Mount||United Kingdom||5,017||Sunk|
|25 August 1942||U-438||Trolla||Norway||1,598||Sunk|
|9 September 1942||U-755||USS Muskeget||United States Coast Guard||1,827||Sunk|
|20 September 1942||U-596||Empire Hartebeeste||United Kingdom||5,676||Sunk|
- "Lohs". Uboat.net. Retrieved 2010-02-15.
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