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The sub L-3 and Grischenko seems to be a tricky fish?
Why are som many questionsmarks regarding this particular sub?
Its not only in 1941, but in 1942 and -43 as well.
Is there no log available for L-3?
O 19.11.1941 sj L-3 ? M dt Henny 764 BRT + 55.43n 21.02e
O 22.11.1941 sj L-3 ? M sw Uno 439 BRT + 3sm vor Memel
O 26.11.1941 sj L-3 ? M dt Egeran 1142 BRT + vor Memel
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18.Aug.42 C.F. Liljevalch
19.Apr.45 unnamed minesweeping boat attached to ship MRS-11
30.Nov.42 Dirschau (likely)
9. Dec.42 Edith Bosselmann
5. Feb.43 Tristan (possible, on old mines)
6. Feb.43 Grundzee (possible, on old mines)
14.Nov.44 training ship Albert Leo Schlageter (damaged)
20.Nov.44 torpedo boat T-34 (a rare medium-size warship victim of soviet sub. fleet)
29.Jan.45 Henry Lütgens
The above-mentioned 1941's losses (Kaija, Henny, Uno, Egeran) are now usually assigned to German mines.
Merchant Franz Bohmke (sometimes assigned to L-3) was lost on storm 1942, while submarine U-416 sank on British mines.
For the last year of war, Pollux, M-3138 and Jersbek all assigned to other mines.
Currently there is also a relatively new info on German forum/discussion about another small merchant named Johanna (143 grt), lost on 21.Oct.42 on L-3 mines or British air-dropped mines. Very little info of this ship, likely from its ex-Dutch origins.