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II-B Germania Werft (Kiel) 13 August 1935
9 September 1935 M04324 Not sunk
Not sunk Not sunk Not sunk

                    No men lost

Commanders of U-10 include:

Scheringer Heinz Oblt zS 9 Sep 1935   U-13 and U-26  
Preuss Joachim Oblt zS 28 Jan 1940   U-568  
Rigele Hermann FK Training   U-17, U-20, U-31, UD-1 & UD-3  
Sohler Herbert KK Training   U-46 and U-B  
Weingärtner Hannes KK Training   U-4, U-16 and U-851 KIA aboard U-851
Brandt Christian Oblt zS Training   U-542 KIA aboard U-542
SCHULZ   * GEORG WILHELM Kplt Training   U-64 and U-124  
Mützelberg ** Rolf Kplt Training   U-203 Killed with U-203
von Rabenau W. R. Kplt Training   U-52 and U-702 KIA aboard U-702
Ruweidel Kurt Obly zS Training   U-337 KIA aboard U-337
Karpf Hans KK Training   U-632 KIA aboard U-632
Strenger W. Oblt zS Training   U-1023  
Lorentz Günter Oblt zS Training   U-63 POW from U-63
Ahlers Kurt Oblt zS Training      

     SCHULZ (162-+-1986)           Mützelberg

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*  GEORG WILHELM SCHULZ (162-+-1986) was known as 'Vatti' Schulz (Papa Schulz) by the men of the U-Bootwaffe because he was well liked and highly respected.  He is probably best known for his 'Edelweißboot' (U-124) but in addition, he trained many of the best U-Boat Skippers - REINHARD HARDEGEN (102-LIFE-1985), Werner Henke, Joachin Mohr to name just a few.

**  We note that Rolf Mützelberg was killed
with U-203, not killed in action (KIA) because he was not killed in combat.  In a safe area with a calm sea, Mützelberg stopped the boat and allowed his men to swim off the boat.  He dived off the bridge and failed to take into account the wide saddle tanks of the Type VII boat - he struck his head on the tank, killing himself in a sad accident.

From 9 September 1935, U-10 was attached to a training flotilla as a schulboot (training boat).  When war broke out, she assigned to a Front-Bootflottille as a Frontboot (combat boat) where she operated in the North Sea and the North Atlantic until June of 1940.  She was then transferred to the 21st U-Bootflottille based in Pillau as a permanent schulboot.  U-10 was decommissioned 1 August 1944 and was broken up for scrap after the war.

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                  SHIPS SUNK BY U-10 (Preuss commanding)

17 Feb 1940 KVERNAAS Norway Freighter 1,819 tons
18 Feb 1940 AMELAND Netherlands Freighter 4,537 tons


KVERNASS in port AMELAND in port the end of AMELAND


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Many thanks to our friend and Sharkhunters Member since 1987 GEORG HÖGEL for all the conning tower emblems used in our monthly KTB Magazine and also here on the pages of our website.  GEORG was radioman aboard U-30, the first boat into combat, the first to sink a ship (the liner ATHENIA) and the first into an occupied French port.  When that Skipper (Lemp) took command of U-110, GEORG was one of the former crew to transfer to the new boat under Lemp.  After the war, he was Professor of Art at a major German university.